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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Stone Soup 2011 - June 10th, 11th & 12th

Stone Soup 2011 - June 10th, 11th & 12th - Canceled to to PermaBog on June 5th.

With the Temple under construction, and all the other Burner projects in development, it's going to be a busy summer in Reno.  So before things get TOO crazy, come out to Stone Soup at PermaBurn, do a brain-flush and get your head clear.


For those who haven't been to PermaBurn,  It's literally a square mile of grass and sage not far off highway 395 in northern California.  It's owned by it's members - PermaBurn Collective LLC.  Once a year we host an unofficial Burner camp-out to provide a space to express yourself.


Stone Soup is an excellent opportunity to get out of your context and do some strategic planning for that big Burner project you have in mind.  Better yet, come out and stage your prototype in a tolerant environment instead of disturbing your neighbors.  Or just come out and enjoy the music and weekend with Burners.

This year we have a head start.  The two new domes set up last September are complete and in place just waiting for you to express yourself with covers and content.  One will house the music venue, the other food prep and chill space.  Come out an help us give them some character.

It's time to go camping!

What:  Stone Soup Burner Camp-out
When: June 10th, 11th and 12th, 2011
Where: PermaBurn - 60 miles north of Susanville just off highway 395
Cost: $0 - just RSVP so we can plan accordingly

Directions to PermaBurn:


Stone Soup, the Reno / Tahoe unauthorized Burner camp-out is being organized.  What morsel will you be in this yummy stew?


sudden.net at gmail.com

...or post your plans to the FaceBook page so we can coordinate resources:


Rod Coleman
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aka Bonobo
aka Zen Heretic
aka Sudden Disruption
and Burning Man Regional Contact
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