Juniper Communities at Burning Man, 2016

  • People gather to attend an event at Camp Aging Insurrection.

  • Jeri, 74, and Tamara, 50, pose in front of a piece of the camp's mural.

  • Two generations contribute to the camp's murals.

  • Pat, in his 60s, is a hang-gliding expert who was part of the camp and enabled fellow members of the group to experience either the hang-gliding simulator (which he is demonstrating here) or actual hang-gliding.

  • Roger, 68 and Cindy, 55.

  • The Catacomb of Veils, actually more of an above-ground pyramid, gave visitors the sense of catacombs. The structure, dedicated to promoting peace, drew people daily to chant and pray. The “temple” was burned at sunset on Friday of the festival. (Photo by Linda Donato)

  • The Catacomb of Veils, actually more of an above-ground pyramid, gave visitors the sense of catacombs. The structure, dedicated to promoting peace, drew people daily to chant and pray. The “temple” was burned at sunset on Friday of the festival. (Photo by Linda Donato)

  • The Catacomb of Veils, actually more of an above-ground pyramid, gave visitors the sense of catacombs. The structure, dedicated to promoting peace, drew people daily to chant and pray. The “temple” was burned at sunset on Friday of the festival. (Photo by Linda Donato)

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Dust, memories and ideas to implement in senior living are some of the remnants from Burning Man for Juniper Communities' Lynne Katzmann and Cindy Longfellow.

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