We received much more interest in the Tiki Tank than initially anticipated and had to weigh many factors when deciding on its new home. We spent many days getting to understand each interested crew, showing off the vehicle, answering questions and documenting our experiences. It was a pleasure getting to know other project-minded groups who share our ethos of inclusion and community.
There are numerous challenges in owning, operating and maintaining projects like this and we wanted to make sure everyone knew what they were getting into. In the end, we feel very confident we chose the right crew to take what we started and to continue building on it.
Thank you to everyone who has helped us over the years in building, fixing, running, modifying, re-engineering, unfucking our mistakes and providing every kind of support.
We also want to thank all of you who have participated as passengers, spectators, or have joined along on our adventures. Sunrise on the trash fence won’t be the same without you.
Divide, Jacqueline, Seth