Monday, July 13, 2009
Friday, July 10, 2009
The mighty Buzzkill shows how to use the rake effectively though a dune by bringing moop to the surface. – photo by Nice
You may find that you have moop, let's say wood debris for example, spread over a large surface area. Due to all the dust storms and camp traffic, all of those wood chips and splinters are starting to mix with the playa becoming harder to see… but you know it’s there.Use a landscape rake to comb a path through the moopy playa. Walk the combed path and moop all the debris that popped up. Remember to make things simpler by calling for a few helping hands to moop the debris area. If the area is really big, designate a grid and do a line sweep.
- Sentence: "All right gang, let's get a line sweep together and knock this out."
- Sentence: "Once everything is packed up in the trucks, we're gonna round up our campmates and line sweep across the area."
- Sentence: "Everyone, empty out your moop-buckets into this trash can and we'll take a picture of what we found."
- Sentence: "Hey, get yer own damn moop-stick!"
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
- Examples: trash, bottles, cans, cigarette butts, fireworks, glow sticks, bottle caps, but can also be in the form of debris from camp fires, wood, plastic, metal, glass, and plants.
- Sentence: "I'm glad that everyone had a wonderful time but your camp sure did leave a whole lot of moop behind!"
- Moop can also be a condition not natural to the environment: such as burn scars, grey water, and dunes.
- Sentence: "Our camp teamed up with the other camps on the block and we mooped from one end to the other!"