See the way the
panel on the left with the
The art on all four panes of his mobile (AKA "The Pinyata") had that
in between all of the lines. It only glowed when you got the right
so the effect of walking by the thing was to be winked at by random
a rather pleasing effect, especially if you weren't expecting it. Many
by stopped at our campsite to compliment the artist for his work.
the best thing that ISH has done in five years at Burning Man.
man points to water. What can it
There were two
"art cars" people in my campsite
brought to the event.
Larry's Hippo did great from the moment we helped him drag it off his
truck. On the other hand, Mr. Liver (below right) had all kinds of
getting his flying carpet moving. It did succeed in making one trip
the Poly-Amory carcass wash campsite to ours. Unfortunately, my camera
somewhere else when the three of them drove it in.
David and Helen
are great people to play frisbee
with. We inagurated
the frisbee the Santa Clara County Greens (or at least Dana and Gerry)
me for my birthday. The playa is a rather hot place to play frisbee,
otherwise somewhat like a vacant lot as a surface to play on. As you
see, Burning Man had some great sunsets.
That's me, your correspondent.
Generally, I would
ask people I talked
to if they were from California, and if they said yes I would given
person a copy of the Vote Green 2002 newspaper in my hand above. By the
Burning Man was over, I had given away at least half of the bundle I
up with me. On the way home, I was sure I had given away all 200 of the
in my lap, but putting away my stuff I found seven that had fallen
I never met
either of these two before, but the
woman on the left looked
so much like Debbie Brown I just had to put this picture here. She has
same "I can handle it" smile, and the same way of looking at the world
an expression that says "the world is so great I'm just totally amazed
what it is throwing at me" look. I felt happy after talking to her. If
knew her I would probably call her Debbie Brown by accident a few times
I got used to saying her real name, which I have already forgotten.