As a reluctant geezer, I completely agree. Besides, I get tired of geezers, too. The idea should be to expand the rally to make it a blast for all ages. And you younger guys have to be a growing voice of what appeals to you. Us geezers forget what we were about when we were your age.Originally posted by BradfordBenn
I agree with Garth after going last year, I felt a little like a fish out of water. After last year's rally one of the things that became apparent was that the National is not a good idea to be the first rally.
I look at this thread as a way to make the National a good idea for the attendees first rally. The idea to make it more inclusive.
Good things come to those with a plan, some leadership, and a budget. My sense of the MOA is that a reasonable budget is very likely, if you have the first two. As to seminars that are attractive to Twenties, Suzanna Parkhouse has always been totally accomodating in providing space and time for new ideas. Again, a plan and leadership is required. The budget is already there.
There is a growing cadret of ungeezerish types here. Anybody want to step up to the plate on some of the seminar topics above, or know somebody just right that they can get to do one or more of them? Who wants to pitch a semi-reserved camping area for Twenties to Jackie Hughes, while she still has time to accomodate?
Let's see if this bonfire can make anything more than just smoke!