Burners Without Borders – Report from the Field

Biloxi, Mississippi

From Anthony in NOLA:

On the heels of another evacuation (and an actual storm this time, but I don’t need to tell you that) we are having the 2nd annual New Orleans Decom.

This is a no money, no commerce, no big whoop event.

I’pricet_6m bringing a grill and a cooler of some stuff to grill.

You bring something.

This is all about the relaxing. Come enjoy a day along the river with some other burners.

Where? At the fly, (it’s officially riverview park) behind Audubon park. Drive til you find a small Nissan frontier truck with a large piece of tie dyed cloth on the caper top. Look around. I’ll be close.

When: Sunday Nov. 6th. starting about 1 p.m. til the park closes at some point around 8:30.

The Biloxi Temple crew and friends are fo sho gonna be there–and we’ll be bringing our BBQ, coolers of beer, and wheelchairs for racing (it’s a Biloxi thing).

We’re happy to pick up every/any one along the way, and bring you back. Contact me for ride details, see you there!

About the author: Tom Price

Tom Price

Tom Price is the former Executive Director of Black Rock Solar. Prior to that he was the Environmental Manager for Burning Man during the Green Man theme, and was in the Gulf Coast for six months during the genesis of Burners Without Borders. He's been attending Burning Man since 1997, and he's proud to say that his decade plus streak of breaking down from sun stroke on the playa on day three remains intact.