March 10th, 2007

Baby Me sepia

Bedding Down!

I think it will save a lot of time and panic if room assignments are sorted beforehand, as the last thing we want when we arrive is a period of confusion with everyone dashing about trying to figure out where to sleep. We want to sit down for a nice cup of tea and a good giggle instead. I propose to dash about solo instead, putting labels on doors when we get there, so that everyone can find her/his room fairly handily. If at that point (or subsequently during the weekend) anyone wants to swap, you can sort yourselves out, I'm sure.

So. Each bedroom contains a double bed, and most of them also contain something that will turn into a single bed. Basically, we're going to be in threes. However, there'll be some twos, and I've confirmed with the caretaker that one of the rooms will actually sleep four.

I think there's already been a post advising everyone to figure out who they'll want to share with, so most of you will already have done that. Please reply to this post with the names of your bedroom-group. Incidentally, if you have no clue where you might fit in, don't worry, I'll find you somewhere (if you don't mind sharing a bed with someone you've just met, say so, otherwise I'll assume not).

One thing: it occurs to me that our European participants might well choose to share bedrooms based on native language! In which case, if there are four of you from one country (I really can't remember if that's the case) you will get priority on the 4-bedroom.

Camp Sparkle! Squee!