Alexisaok wrote:My dad will be bringing me this year he went last year and decided that I HAD to go. I've seen my dad in party mode befor as I've been doing sound for my dads band since I was 17 (now 21) but I'm looking forward to hanging out with him, freak flag flying proudly at full mast!
geekster wrote:For empty-nester parents, Burning Man could be a great way to bond with the kids as adults. I left home when I was 17 and except for a couple of years in the mid 1980's, never lived closer than 3000 miles to home after 17 until I went home in the early 90's. The time spent with Pop in my 30's (he in his 50's) was amazing. He was so much different from the perspective of an adult than how I remembered him and thought of him prior to that time.
puffdaherb wrote:Im 17 and i convinced my dad to go this year. hahah
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