1. combine camps.
why? more space = more room for activities. you'll want that room. find a veteran to hop in and help. shade, shade, shade. trust me, it is very important to shade up your area. canopies, tarps and tapestries. to create that shade above your car and tent. it gets hot
in the day and fucking cold
2. pick a lead/host/planner,
and a way to communicate with everyone.
i chose facebook to connect everyone together
What to do?!?!
1. FLIGHTS AND LANDING TIMES:
figure out where everyone is coming from. and once you figure out whose driving, who needs rides, who can carpool, whose flying where....then.
2. TIMELINE: (Pick a rendezvous point to get any last minute supplies and roll together. Meet new people and a mini road-trip)
3: CAMPSITE INFO/SHOPPING LIST: Ensure supplies are divvied up. Because those traveling from out of state, will have a hard time bringing in extra luggage.
4: TENT GROUPS: See who has big tents and whose willing to simply tent together.
5: CARPOOL GROUPS: If you're doing a group, figure out how much space you will get. If you're 3 or less car camps. you'll be side to side. if you're four or more, you'll be back to back, meaning = more space = more activities. beer pong, what not.