A few weeks ago MonkeyBoy and I went to
so much fun we decided to try it again.
So off we went to Soulfire, South Bay Burners
Decompression in the foothills near Santa Cruz, California.
It was in the woods and close to home, the weather was in the 50s. and a little misty,
and there were going to be over 200 of us hanging out together.
I sometimes find the weather and dust difficult at [BM], so it looked to us
like a regional event might be a little more like a little holiday. And it certainly was!
There were cabins or yurts you could rent or you could camp in your camper or tent, there was a restaurant, hot tubs, tennis, ping pong, music until the wee hours of the morning, Art, Rangers, and all of us, a great start to the weekend.
So if you have been thinking about going to a Regionals Event check out the Regional page, click on the map and choose an adventure that might be closer to home, but with a group of like minded, radically self expressed, wonderful people.
More SoulFire Photos here!
Decompression season continues: Just a quick note to remind you that New York City Decompression is this weekend. If you leave right now, no matter where you are you could still arrive in time for the 4pm start time this Saturday, but especially if you are in the area you should check it out.
For more information click here
I especially love the photo gallery on flickr
Rainbow over Nowhere 2008 - photo by Bongo Pedro
Spring has sprung, the Man burns in 110 days, and there is no doubt that Regional Event season has arrived and is well under way.
For the first time ever, we have posted the list of Official Regional Events on burningman.com – check it out:
The list is long and encompasses multi-day camping events that meet the event criteria and guidelines required to be considered an Official Burning Man Regional Event.
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