The Jungle: A Refugee Camp Served by the Burners of Calais | @BurningMan Journal

The hardest part of the trip wasn’t seeing the physical conditions people lived in, but rather the uncertainty. The uncertainty of tomorrow. The uncertainty of whether their homes would be bulldozed or spared. The uncertainty of how much waiting would has to be done and if the dream of England would ever materialize. No one meant to end up in the Jungle, they’re just stuck here. The beauty in a temporary society — the heartbreak at the lack of a real and humane solution.It’s the dynamism of this community that is its strength. It allows the people to make their seemingly unlivable conditions livable.