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Offline OmegaQ1

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Re: Tribal Grounds
« Reply #40 on: January 17, 2010, 01:15:20 pm »
were not trying to settledown permanently just yet and that may not even happen,but we are hoping for it. and no ones saying anything about moving out there and be a hermit for the rest of their lives. there just may be people that wanna head to the camp grounds that we 'may' get in some four or more years whenever they want just to go relax or something.
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Offline The old Uriuujìn

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Re: Tribal Grounds
« Reply #41 on: January 17, 2010, 01:27:34 pm »
were not trying to settledown permanently just yet and that may not even happen,but we are hoping for it. and no ones saying anything about moving out there and be a hermit for the rest of their lives. there just may be people that wanna head to the camp grounds that we 'may' get in some four or more years whenever they want just to go relax or something.

Irayo. I posted my own response in the other Tribe thread, if anyone wants to see it.

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Re: Tribal Grounds
« Reply #42 on: January 17, 2010, 03:20:45 pm »
years is a little extreme in my opinion. i was only thinking for like a month or two at most for me. more of a vacation or furlough from everyday life. not making a new life for myself entirely. and i feel like the only way we could really go "camping" like the na'vi is to be in an environment that is relatively warm day and night. because the na'vi live where they dont even need blankets at night like us humans usually do.
and we arent possibly seriously going to start on this until at least 4 years from now. so we will see what we come up with later.

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Re: Tribal Grounds
« Reply #43 on: January 17, 2010, 03:21:53 pm »
years is a little extreme in my opinion. i was only thinking for like a month or two at most for me. more of a vacation or furlough from everyday life. not making a new life for myself entirely. and i feel like the only way we could really go "camping" like the na'vi is to be in an environment that is relatively warm day and night. because the na'vi live where they dont even need blankets at night like us humans usually do.
and we arent possibly seriously going to start on this until at least 4 years from now. so we will see what we come up with later.

Yes, we need somewhere warm... This has been mentioned many times before.

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Re: Tribal Grounds
« Reply #44 on: January 17, 2010, 03:46:19 pm »
yes i know but Txonä said we should have camping things all over the world when i cant see that as feasible because of how there are very few places on earth that we can go to that we would be able to do this how we are imagining at the moment. most of which are, once again, very inaccessible and dangerous

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Re: Tribal Grounds
« Reply #45 on: January 17, 2010, 04:05:00 pm »
Well, something that we could consider before accually buying a plot of land somewhere is take over a campground or something like that.  I know that Minnesota (Where I live) has several state parks.  We could simply reserve every site in a park for a week or something.

This way, we could get somewhat of a feel of what these tribe meetings could be like, but at a reasonable cost.

I know Minnesota is cold part of the year, but for a week during the summer just to get together, meet each other face to face, and get a feel of the tribe, I think this is a good idea.

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