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Old 03-28-2013, 10:00 PM   #111
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Travel safe Bob and Cindy.
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Old 03-29-2013, 10:21 AM   #112
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Fabulous, I second that!
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Old 03-29-2013, 05:05 PM   #114
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I hate to be all type A, but is there a schedule of events somewhere I'm not seeing?
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Would it be safe to assume that Sir Walter Raleighs is a casual dinner?
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Would it be safe to assume that Sir Walter Raleighs is a casual dinner?
Sir Walters is a Great Place to eat. No tie req. Youroo!!
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Youroo is right that no tie is required. Pants, however, are. I think it might be a recent change since we took Youroo there last year, but then again, it could be a coincidence.

Actually, usually everything we do on these trips is casual. Wear comfortable shoes, because we'll be doing some walking. Otherwise, wear casual and comfortable clothes, and consider layering for the temperature. I usually wear dockers and a polo-type or oxford shirt, depending on temps. Jeans are perfectly fine, and shorts if that's what you want.
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I hate to be all type A, but is there a schedule of events somewhere I'm not seeing?
Dave, you should have gotten an e-mail about a month ago with a detailed agenda. I'll send you a new copy.
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We're really looking forward to seeing everyone and to sharing a great week in Washington. Cindy and I had beautiful travel weather and generally light traffic yesterday. There was still quite a bit of snow in both the Allegheny and the Appalachian Mountains, but the roads were perfectly clear. As a result, we arrived a night early.

No sooner had we gotten into our site than Bud and Bev Parnell stopped by to greet us. One of the best parts of this job is getting to meet wonderful folks, and it was nice to see them again. They seem as excited as we are to be back.

Adrienne Cooper is organizing an Easter Sunday potluck dinner for those who are in camp by Sunday evening, so some of the camaraderie will begin early. Thanks so much to Adrienne for putting that together. I spoke with her last night, and she couldnít wait to get here.

Today Cindy and I are going to be doing some last minute setup and checking on a few final arrangements. There will be some extra sightseeing opportunities for the early arrivers. The temperature is almost short-sleeve warm, the sky is bright blue with a few puffy clouds, and the wind is calm. Hang on, cherry blossoms, hang on!
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Old 03-30-2013, 07:06 PM   #120
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Cherry Blossom festival

Got your e-mail about the potluck dinner. We should be
there in time for dinner Sunday. We will bring a dish
(Unknown at this time). Look forward to meeting all of you.
Wayne & Irene Taggart
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