Happy #9
Gallup/Window Rock

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I just relocated from the SF Bay Area to Gallup NM / Window Rock, AZ. I'm a long-time burner and a Black Rock Ranger. I know no-one in the area and I'm looking to connect with the AZ Burner community off-playa as well as at BRC.
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Happy #9
Happy #9
Happy #9
Happy #9

Playa or AZ Burner Name:
Happy #9
First Name or Nic Name:
Ranger Number Nine
Your personal website:
Name of the camp you are staying with this year:
Sacred Spaces Village
Camp website:
SacredSpacesVillage.org
Camp crossroads:
A description of camp you're staying with:
Job/Career Title:
Attorney
Your job/career and what you actually do:
Environmental attorney for Navajo Nation Department of Justice and US EPA
Past Camps:
Deep Heaven, Sacred Spaces Village, Ranger Outpost Tokyo
Why Burning Man? Why are you going?
It's the highight of my year, every year.
Zodiac Sign:
Leo
Zodiac Sign of Partner:
No Partner
How or where did you first hear about Burning Man?
Volunteered with:
What would you do differently if you could go back in time from a past Burning Man experience:
Where are you from? Where have you lived?
Originally from Palm Springs/Indio, CA. I discovered the joys of Northern California when I attended UC Santa Cruz, and ever since then I have lived in Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Sonoma or (mostly) Marin County - until Oct. 2013, when I moved to Gallup, NM for a one-year (maybe longer) job assignment working with the Navajo Nation on cleanup of former uranium mines.
All About You
Age:
61
Singe or Married:
Single
Tell us about being single or married:
Recently divorced and even more recently relocated to Gallup, NM, from the San Francisco Bay Area. I know no-one in this area and I am missing my communities (burners and others) - so I would love to connect, and would love to be informed of burner-friendly gatherings.
Top 10 reasons to go to Burning Man:
(or as many as you can think of)
The art; the lack of commerce; freedom of expression.
Top 10 things you don't like about Burning Man:
(or as many as you can think of)
Radical entitlement; sparkle ponies; frat boys & girls.
BurningMan Experience:
Life-changing.
BurningMan Tips & Tricks:
Years you've gone to Burning Man and your "Burning Moments":
(these are when you say, "oh my god did you just see that" or when something unigue happened to you.)
My first burn was 2001. It was not great, mostly because of issues with my camp, but I liked it enough to know that I wanted to return. I missed 2002 but have been back every year since.



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