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RE: [writers-654] June 24, place, other ways of running these

From: Cindy
Sent on: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 10:42 PM
I really liked the Spider House for nice weather.  I didn't go inside, so
have no opinion on that.  It will be getting too hot to meet outside
eventually.  I enjoy being outside and there are a number of parks that
might be possibilities depending on other's preferences.  Mozart's is
another nice place for moderate weather days.  The Bennigans at I35 and 183
has a meeting room but I don't know if they have a charge.  I'm always open
to experiment.


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christopher s vogel
Sent: Wednesday, May 30,[masked]:16 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [writers-654] June 24, place, other ways of running these

yeah ...i am with Tara ...I think the Spider House is
a good meetup place ...(yeah, yeah ...i didn't show
up, but I meant to ...had it all planned out and
everything, I just forgot ...I sorry to all)

Anyway, what does everyone else think?


--- Tara <[address removed]> wrote:

> I think a central location is a good idea. I really
> enjoyed Spider House, though there were a few
> distractions. Meeting centrally means it's in the
> middle of everything, which I believe is a fair
> location for everybody--and more equal distances if
> your coming from RR or way south Austin. If we could
> find a semi-private room or enclave we could
> reserve, ever so often, it would be even more ideal.
> Want to see this keep going. --Tara
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