Heavy rain closed an entrance to Burning Man, the annual counterculture event in Nevada. Some campers went to Pyramid Lake, where unlike Burning Man, it is not OK to be naked.
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
Good morning. I'm David Greene. Mother Nature defeated Burning Man, the annual countercultural event taking place in Nevada. Heavy rain forced organizers to shut off an entrance to the event, so attendees looked to camp elsewhere. A convoy of Volkswagen buses and RVs pulled into one campground. Some folks got out, and they took their clothes off, which is allowed at Burning Man but not Pyramid Lake. A park ranger was quoted as saying, "how can you not know that it is not OK to be naked in public?" You're listening to MORNING EDITION.
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