While many of the photos you’ve probably seen of Burning Man may capture the stunning art, the artful outfits people where or moments of intensity and action, a lot of what happens is, of course, day in and day out activities of planning, prep, building, maintenance and tear down. Here are some photos of our camp that will show the non-glamorous, yet camaraderie-building work we do to make our camp happen.
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Prep time in Reno (click for more pics)
In a group rental home the weekend before the burn, here we are unpacking our storage unit, fixing and cleaning gear; prepping our food for the farmers market, personal provisioning and shopping, meals together and, of course, packing the truck.
Setting up and early arrival (click for more pics)
A subset of our whole camp goes in early to lay the base of the camp. Here we are unloading the truck; and doing our best to sort what came off the truck; planning out the space; saying “hi” to neighbors and friends; setting up the kitchen, yurt, dome and other structures; un-dusting a dusty carpet from last year and more.
Around camp (click for more pics)
Some photos of our dome, yurt and kitchen … plus photos from the Carrot Cargo Club dance floor. Here are some more.
Our farmers market (click for more pics)
Behind the scenes, interacting with our “customers” and having fun at our farmers market.
Our Countless Carrots March (click for more pics)
Photos of the pre-party at our camp and our march out to meet the Billion Bunnies.
Lots more photos on our Facebook page. And more on our blog (scroll through).