A Transformation Station - Burning Man 2019
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QUESTIONAIRE: http://hub.vg/ATSQuestionnaire2019
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Visit our official website: https://ats.camp to share photos, chat, and other info.
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Storage Unit for small deliveries
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StorQuest-Reno/Maestro 888 Maestro Drive, Reno, Unit 698
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reno01@storquest.com, 775-772-906
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Survival Guide (Bonsai):


Review and source everything you need on the Survival Guide:
https://survival.burningman.org/your-survival-in-brc/survival-checklist/

Items worth emphasizing:

WET WIPES!!!!
Small whiteboard (attach to your RV/yurt/tent door and leave notes for each other and let everyone know where you are/going or how to find you)
FOLDING CHAIR (anything like this: https://www.rei.com/c/camp-chairs)
plastic cooler (I would avoid the cheap sytrofoam kind, it might break or fall apart and cause MOOP)
Bowl, plate, and eating utensils
trash bags
Eye drops
Ear plugs (nonstop techno)
bike lock (use it every time you stop: if you don't have one, your bike is likely to be borrowed/lost)
BIKE: very comfortable with good seat and wide tires (for riding through dirt and sand)
LED or EL wire lighting for your bike at night (these are my favorites: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0160J9P50)
contractor/work gloves
goggles (something like these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003Z4BBSI)
full brim hat (maybe combine this with scarf to make sure you have neck/shoulder coverage too)
headlamp
water bottle/camelbak
travel mug (carry with you always, playa bars do not provide cups)
towel
backpack or equivalent for day trips (to carry your water, sunscreen, headlamp, etc.)
sunscreen
moisturizer
closed toe shoes/boots and good socks... the playa alkali causes chemical burns, so research vinegar baths and check out the Health and Safety page for more info: https://burningman.org/event/preparation/health-safety/playa-foot/
A night it can get very cold, so plan for an extra layer, thermal underwear can be great, a winter hat, rain gear, and a faux fur jacket are also very good to have
Gifts: something handmade is always best, avoid cheap plastic or MOOPy items. Necklaces, bracelets, stickers, etc. are popular
guitars, instruments, ... share your talent :)
Electrolytes, trailmix, and breathmints/candy


Not cool:
sequins
feathers
glitter


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