pennsicdance: Water for the tent
ben at houseofpung.net
Sun Jan 29 17:30:25 PST 2012
I think the current method should be sufficient for our needs at the moment. A dedicated hose would probably not be a viable option at any rate. We can take a look at things on site this year, but I don't think we really need to add any more complexity to the water retrieval system.
On Jan 29, 2012, at 7:13 PM, David Learmonth wrote:
> That might work, if we can find a good path for it. Perhaps down the area
> behind the tents?
> Hopefully it wouldn't heat up too much in the hose though. If it has
> enough shade it would be ok I think.
> On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 7:08 PM, William Bornander <wrborn at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> How about a hose to bring water from the existing "cow" to our area? I
>> agree that the cart seems to be sufficient (and a huge improvement from
>> years prior) but a hose would not be much additional work or
>> Just my 2 cents...:)
>> *From:* David Learmonth <david.a.learmonth at gmail.com>
>> *To:* fra. Guillaume the Dancer <Guillaume_the_Dancer at gyges.org>
>> *Cc:* Pennsic Dance LIST <pennsicdance at pbm.com>
>> *Sent:* Sunday, January 29, 2012 3:31 AM
>> *Subject:* Re: pennsicdance: Water for the tent
>> Hi Guillaume,
>> Interesting idea. I just figured I'd offer up some thoughts, either way,
>> on the topic.
>> - We'd have to find out what sort of costs would be involved (and whose
>> budget they'd come from)
>> - in particular, how often do they need to replace the filters?
>> - Although I expect Pennsic is pretty good for not having random theft /
>> vandalism, we might have to keep an eye on this / bring it in at night.
>> (vs the one at the chirurgeon's has medical staff around 24/7)
>> - and I'm not certain about the expectations regarding how much water
>> people are allowed to take. I've never seen a limit, but I know that
>> campsites are still generally expected to take care of their own water, as
>> opposed to taking too much from the chirurgeons. Hopefully this wouldn't
>> become an issue, and would just be used for people's walking around
>> bottles, but I don't know.
>> - would we want to set up a shade tent there as well?
>> I could go either way on the idea. I think the cart we got last year has
>> been a considerable improvement, and with it the water source isn't that
>> far away (and anyone can do the water runs now). I do see it as another
>> thing to manage. But certainly it would be a nice service on a busy
>> corner, in what is nearly always stiflingly hot conditions.
>> Now an Ice Machine, that would be handy! :) (though I think they already
>> complain about the amount of power our tent draws for lighting)
>> On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 3:56 PM, fra. Guillaume the Dancer <
>> Guillaume_the_Dancer at gyges.org> wrote:
>>> Hello Lorenzo et al.,
>>> I have a quick suggestion for the Dance Tent. If there room in our
>>> budget, what do people think of requesting one of those cow water
>>> filtration things for the spigot across the main road from the tent?
>>> Putting one there would be very convenient for the dancers and the
>>> Pennsic University in general. Let's face it, next to the martial
>>> crowd, dancers are the ones who require the most water.
>>> As a side benefit, having filtered water across the street from the Tent
>>> would also be handy for people heading into the Serengeti and for other
>>> campers. Our intersection is one of the busiest at war. I am sure many
>>> passers by would appreciate avoiding the detour to the medical tent
>>> for pleasant water.
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