DRYING OUT IN THE DESERT

Just a few short weeks ago, the playa in the Black Rock Desert, which is home to Burning Man, was under water. The result of a long, wet, drought-breaking winter. Well, revelers’ fears can be allayed. The playa is drying out and should be just as arid and dusty as ever. Enjoy!
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