Should You Go To Burning Man?

Whenever I talk to friends about all the terrific reasons they have to not go to Burning Man, I give the same kinds of responses. This article does a great job at capturing some of those responses. So read it and go with me next year! It’ll change your life!

55 Things I Learned At Burning Man

3 Comments

  1. lee says:

    And I continue to be honored to be a part of the Flaming Lotus Girls. In this “coolest Burning Man art installations ever” series, FLG shows up several times

    http://matadornetwork.com/nights/12-coolest-art-installations-in-the-history-of-burning-man/

  2. lee says:

    If none of those reasons did it for you, here’s a last one. I completely agree with Marco in this video.

  3. lee says:

    Ok, just one more reason:

    Jason Phipps and his team made this time-lapse video of Burning Man 2013 from the top of Old Razorback Mountain, aka Trego Peak, which has “an elevation of 5495 feet above sea level” and is “over 4 linear miles from the center of Black Rock City.” He says, “Climbing to the peak of Old Razorback has become a challenging and rewarding tradition for our team. This is a view that most will never experience in person. It is our passion to share it with the world through the lens of a camera. Climbing 1,888 feet in less than a mile over steep, unstable mountainside is a dangerous and exhilarating mission. This year we deployed cameras during the build week, capturing the growth of the city and ending it the night of the burn.” via Danger Ranger

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