The accommodations that are included in the registration fee are in the Fisher Price house, I guess?
How do I find out if any of the other rentals are available for the nights of Jan 9-Jan 15?
My partner and I would like to stay in our own area, not the bunkhouse.
I found a suggestion to PM Coco
my partner just wants to explore, hike, and conceivably build you your Dog Village.
Marley Kelly wrote:The Shandolier could be fine. Or the king size bed in Cooper Cabin?
How long does it take to commute to town?
We have a dog who qualifies according to your "rules" on all counts, but if we were to bring her I thought non-common area overnight accommodations might be better for those who didn't want a dog for a roommate no matter how nice or affectionate or easy-going.
The second consideration is I have a small vial of medicine that needs refrigeration, but I only need access to it every couple days. I also have a small portable fridge for it, but the fridge batteries won't last more than a day or two without recharging.
Is this the best forum to ask these kinds of questions?
Marley Kelly wrote:I want to be sure I can find lodging before I purchase a ticket. Can you tell me what side of town I should be looking on?
Details after you purchase the ticket.
Kellios Mac wrote:Just got my ticket and am very much looking forward to this!
I live in the Missoula area, is it possible to commute over to the classes each day or should I plan to stay overnight?
paul wheaton wrote:First, due to reasons, the site formerly known as "the shandolier" is now renamed to "the AmayZheng Dog Star". It will be a dog friendly plot.
Further, the boots in the bootcamp have moved the cottage rocket to the AmayZheng Dog Star and it will probably be fully online in the next week or so.
Here you can see the old stove and the new cottage rocket coming in
That weird little stove was a bit scary. We needed to clean the chimney a LOT!
The AmayZheng Dog Star has a bunk bed, with a full size bunk on the bottom and a twin on top.