Please mark your guylines with flags or fluorescent markers to prevent accidental tripping.
This event is during the hotter part of the year, and has seen triple degree temperatures at times. Remember to bring plenty of drinking water to stay hydrated.
Wear sunblock! It’s normally intensely hot, and people *will* burn rapidly, particularly if they’re used to the spectacular lack of direct sunshine that is part of living in the Pacific Northwest. Stay in the shade when possible.
This is an outdoor event; with outdoor events you must expect insects such as ants, bees, wasps, and hornets. The insects that could be on site are not limited to the ones listed here. If you are allergic to bee or wasp stings, it is *highly* recommended that you bring along the appropriate medication. The chiurgeon has only a very limited supply of ointments and salves; do not count on his or her supply to provide for your injury.
If you need assistance, please feel free to talk to anyone with a yellow sash (constabulary / security), or anyone with a black belt favor that says STAFF on it. We are there to assist you and to help you have a safe and fun event!