Caitlyn Pierce wrote:This was a week ago. Are there still spots left? I am scrambling to help my husband find a way out there for cheap/quick. We would LOVE for him to take part in this with all of you.
paul wheaton wrote:
Basic food staples will be provided. But the students will need to cook for themselves and clean up after themselves.
paul wheaton wrote:We provide staples like oats, flour, beans and rice, peanut butter, bread, eggs, coconut oil, fruits and vegetables ... all organic or better. So vegans are well covered. Vegetarians are probably pretty happy. Folks keen on meat will need to bring their own. No problems with cooking meat here, but we generally aren't providing it for the boots.
paul wheaton wrote: Folks keen on meat will need to bring their own. No problems with cooking meat here, but we generally aren't providing it for the boots.
Jocelyn Campbell wrote:
(Edited to clarify all types: ) since we have vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores here, we often do ala carte or buffet or "taco bar" style meals. So the base is typically vegan, then folks can add in beans or meat (or neither) depending on their diets.
Erica Colmenares wrote:should I also bring french press, or is there something like that on site?)
I am imagining that people cook and eat together?
paul wheaton wrote:
Once in a while, there will be a person that will honestly work their ass off for everybody without a spec of resentment or an unkind word to anybody. A magnificent pillar of generosity. The "busy" people will still resent that person. But a lot of people will admire this amazing person and wish to be more like them - so several people will attempt to follow that example. Not all people. Just a few. But even still, something beautiful grows from this seed. It's a rare thing to see. And a beautiful thing to see.
Mike Jay wrote:I'm hoping a bunch of people can get there BBs for cooking done during this event
I'm flying into Missoula so I can't pack a lot of meat with me. Erica, I love your idea of bringing extra and I can pay for my consumption. I don't eat tons of meat but every day or two is nice.
Ken Mullan wrote:Hello! I am quite excited to be a part of this event. I paid the fee as I have not been before, is there anything else I need to do to register? Thanks!
could a couple camp on the premises and squeeze in for the event and meals?
nancy orr wrote:Can someone send me a link to a page where all the PEP1 badges, categories, and requirements are listed?
Also is there info no beds/bunks available or is it first come first served, since there is no event coordinator. ;-)
Unfortunately at this time I think I need to pull our names from the list and let someone else take our place. My 85 year old Grandmother has been struggling with another bout of bronchitis for over a month and I just don’t think I can leave her for three weeks right now ( we were going to be driving in from Chicago suburbs).
I’m still interested in earning badges and workin towards certification, we’ll just have to try and do more of it on our own. Maybe we can come out another time as boots. So sorry for the inconvenience.