This Idaho mountain ski resort is home to a bunch of wacky Burners. Each one of us has their own individual way of experiencing Burning Man, from art cars, to fire art, to large-scale sculpture, to sitting around smiling. Each winter, we drag a 30-foot high wooden man out on the snow, and do our own Solstice burn. The mountains and hot springs of Idaho provide ample opportunities for get-togethers with the large group of Burners in Boise. Come join us for a Burning Man movie night at a local cafe, and help plan playa projects for next year.
|main contact:||Swami Steve|
|burning since:||1999 physically, but always in spirit.|
|personal quote:||Come on, it's supposed to be FUN!|
|email:||Sun Valley Regional|
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We burned an artsy, firework laden willow figure on the Winter Solstice last year. 90 folks walked almost a mile on snow in single digit temperatures to participate in the burning, poi spinning, drumming and hot springs soaking. 2005 promises to be an even better event with easier access, more art, and more fire barrels for warmth.
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