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Buddy devises a plan to infiltrate the Grove via the Russian River, which runs through part of the property. Scott, being the lawyer of the team. advises them that so long as they stay on the river, they are safe.
The team uses two-person kayaks for their adventure. Scott keeps a sharp eye out looking for any trespassing signs. Legally, the waterway is public and free to use. However, once on shore, private property begins at what is considered to be the “normal high-water mark”. The big question is, where does that start? They go ashore along a small sandy beach. The only sign around deals with a warning that there is no lifeguard.
As they venture deeper into the interior, the Decoded team gets spotted by the Grove’s many, many electronic sensors. Buddy and Mac are apprehended by police. Scott and Jones escape back to the river, worried about the fate of their companions. Nine hours later, Scott bails Buddy and Mac out of the Sonoma County Jail. Both were processed, with mug shots and fingerprints, and were charged with trespassing.
originally posted by: tadaman
a reply to: buddhism
You would be better off just improving yourself instead of worrying about the evils of this world that you dont control.
originally posted by: bananashooter
I worked at the Bohemian grove for like 4 years. There aren't any cameras on the trails, nor heat detection, that is complete bs. You will get caught for being there because there is staff all year round. If you are that curious about the place you could move to Monte Rio, Ca for the summer and get a job there, they will hire just about anyone without a criminal record. You have to be male to work anywhere but the kitchen area(that's the only place girls are allowed). I did trail raking and firewood delivery before encampment and baggage and valet parking during summer encampment and spring jinx for all 4 years and got to see literally everything there, even the owl ceremony numerous times. If you have any questions about the inner workings of the place just ask me.
originally posted by: buddhism
I was just curious to see what people would say, because I successfully snuck in a few nights ago.