Around the Bay Area, you can practically smell the dusty fur coats, Viking hats and apocalypse goggles getting dragged out of the attic in anticipation for Burning Man. If you're in the midst of prep for the weeklong desert gathering, you might want to put down those bedazzled hula hoops and put back that fire-dancing equipment, because a couple of professional slackliners have already beat you to everything—at their wedding.
That's right. What should have been this year's Burning Man already happened when Ryan Jenks and Kim Weglin got married two months after the last festival. The Moab, Utah ceremony took place 400 feet in the air, and had absolutely everything Burners love, condensed into a single day:
Strange structures in the desert:
Spontaneous painting in clashing fabrics:
Vehicle-based dressing rooms:
Overalls, bongos and a xylophone:
Adults dressed as animals, blowing bubbles:
BASE jumping men in tutus:
Someone hanging from a net on a hula hoop:
People finding themselves:
Sleeping in uncomfortable places:
And yes, a mid-air wedding:
Beat that, Burners!