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Evolution of the Camp at Occupy Santa Cruz, Part 3
Photos of the progression and growth of the camping locations of Occupy Santa Cruz.
A second teepee was added.
The first teepee.
The restaurant India Joze has donated food and beverages to Occupy Santa Cruz several times. In the background is a pot of onions and potatoes which was brought over by a man who lived nearby. As he ate with the occupiers, the man commented, "no matter how broke I am, I can always feed people onions and potatoes."
The man who brought over the onions and potatoes dish, having fun with the photo op.
For the first time, the general assembly was held on the side steps of the county courthouse. The occupiers hoped that changing the location of the GAs on Sunday to an area closer to the camp would help decrease the level of its isolation from the majority of the group.
The general assembly.
Heavy winds required a re-building of the second teepee.
Hot food brought over by India Joze for the November 1 general assembly.
A park ranger with the city asked campers to move the tent onto the main benchlands area, and away from the line of trees that seperates that area from the San Lorenzo River.
Occupy Santa Cruz's mandala project.
The food area.
The food area with recently donated shelves.
The food area.
Domestic Activity and the Evolution of the Camp at Occupy Santa Cruz (Part 1)
Evolution of the Camp at Occupy Santa Cruz, Part 2