+1 for including Bess! For what it's worth, Charlottesville isn't too
far off the route from NYC. :)
Mark A. Matienzo
Applications Developer, Digital Experience Group
The New York Public Library
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 1:32 PM, Bess Sadler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> If it isn't full by the time you drive through Virginia, I'm in.
> Actually, we might have quite a few people wanting to carpool from the
> Virginia / DC area, so if we have too many it might need to be a separate
> For people who hadn't considered this previously, give it some thought. I
> was part of the 2007 road trip and it was awesome, I can highly recommend
> this as a way to save money and also have a good time with kindred spirits.
> On 14-Oct-09, at 12:19 PM, Yitzchak Schaffer wrote:
>> Mark A. Matienzo wrote:
>>> Hi Yitzchak -
>>> I might be interested. A few code4lib folks and I did this for
>>> code4lib 2007 in Athens, Georgia; our carpool started in Philadelphia,
>>> went through DC, and picked up a few folks along the way in Virginia.
>>> Even if you can't get a whole lot of people from New York proper, you
>>> may be able to snag some others along the way.
>> Hi Mark,
>> Good point. Aside from the direct route through Allentown and along
>> I-81 to Harrisburg PA and through VA, the route could alternately follow
>> I-95 through Philly, Balto/DC and Richmond, then cut west through NC
>> without too much extra mileage.
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