There’s an event that takes place near Elk Grove, California called The Pagan Bunny Burn.
I attended last year and had a great time, despite the fact that it was pretty damn cold in my tent and it rained (just a little) during the weekend.
This year I wasn’t on the ball and I missed my opportunity to get tickets.
I have a few bunny outfits:
There’s my White Rabbit costume, my Playboy Bunny costume, my Pink bunny costume, and my Black Burner Bunny costume.
So I’m pretty bummed that I’m going to miss it this year.
But since my outfits are mostly designed for the hot weather on the playa at Burning Man, and not the chilly spring weather of Elk Grove, I’ll live with it.
Of course, tickets do come available as we approach the event date so it’s possible I may get to go.
I’m focusing on minimizing my footprint at burner campouts this year.
I have a small 8 x 7 foot tent:
It’s sufficient shelter in a rainstorm, but it’s not wildly insulated and I find I get chilled at night.
You know what I’m talking about – when you have to BURY yourself in the blankets and should anything peek out from underneath, it is met with frigid air and you beat a hasty retreat from the cold.
Yeah, it’s THAT cold.
So you MIGHT see me at the Pagan Bunny Burn.
I’ll be the one sitting on a bar stool at the Endorphin Orphan Bar, drinking a beer and dressed in my burner bunny finest!