The story of the 747 at Burning Man is still going on.
Volunteers are working to get that partially-reassembled airplane, which was on display during the festival, out of the Black Rock Desert.
The plane is still at the playa about three weeks after Burning Man’s conclusion because of a series of logistical breakdowns, according to the Reno Gazette-Journal.
Volunteers are in process of dragging the multi-ton aircraft off public land and onto a parcel of private land.
The group's biggest challenge so far seems to be the soft playa, which has caused landing gear to sink into soft sand found at the edge of a dry lake bed.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management required the plane to be moved by Friday