If long hours of solitude spent in the searing hot Arizona desert, punctuated by mere seconds of fleetingly frantic excitement sound appealing to you, then you're the perfect candidate for Brenda Priddy's SpyCamp.
Brenda will host the first class of her SpyCamp this July in an undisclosed location 330 miles from Reno, 125 from Las Vegas. After checking in to your (less than) luxurious accommodations, you'll enjoy a pizza dinner with Brenda at a "famous 'car tester' bar" then spend four very hot days waiting to get that perfect shot of a camo-covered car. Afterward you'll get Brenda's unvarnished critique of your "talents."

The camp application states Ms. Priddy is "not a tour guide," so participants shouldn't expect fun-filled days of frolicking in the sun with the "World's Most Famous Spy." In fact, the app also states, "I DO NOT bail people out of jail and/or pay for traffic violations." So campers, behave!

Included in your $775 cost ($1,250 for two) is a "famous BP&Co. SpyCamp 2013 wristband" and a free adrenaline rush. Not included is travel to and from the area, hotel ($77.95 a night for five nights), car rental (which you'll definitely need) and fuel costs.

For more info, contact spycamp2013 at gmail dot com.

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      • 2 Years Ago
      I see camo'd cars driving through downtown Santa Monica. And that's a lot nicer than the middle of the desert.
      • 2 Years Ago
      You folks need to send Steve Ewing. It would make for a great article. Your welcome for my suggestion.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Well if you don't live in areas where they drive protypes, spy shots are great so the rest of us in the world can get a glimpse of cars that are debuting in the near future.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Why travel to BFE to take pictures of camo'd cars and throw your money at someone? Travel somewhere you'll actually enjoy being, take pictures of camo'd cars and spend your money on something else. Use the extra $775 to go to Nurburgring instead and hear camo'd cars at WOT.
      • 2 Years Ago
      After living in Reno for almost 10yrs and making the drive to Vegas many times, that certainly will be hard to find. It's 450 miles from Reno to Vegas, so 330 miles won't put you anywhere near "searing hot Arizona". Even as-the-crow-flies is 350 miles.
      • 2 Years Ago
      I love Spy vs. Spy!
      Serge Alexander
      • 2 Years Ago
      or... you can just camp out on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles between Laurel and Coldwater Canyon.. so many camo cars its stupid. ( Alfas, Dodges, just the other day New Merc S-Class (2 of them) )
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'm not sure why you would pay someone to take spy photos of cars, just hang around Detroit or parts of Alaska or here in NJ near BMW/Mini, Mercedes, and Ferrari and you can see cars with camo on them.
        • 2 Years Ago
        You make that sound SO EASY for just, everybody to do.. o.O
      • 2 Years Ago
      How about we just hang out in Garching right next to the BMW M GmbH Parkhaus? I'll drive ; )
      • 2 Years Ago
      Get people to pay you to work for you. Brilliant!
        Brenda Priddy
        • 2 Years Ago
        Not really ... The pictures the "campers" take belong to them, and not to me.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Bishop California.
      Kfh Abd
      • 2 Years Ago
      l hope share this picture
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