Lowell, We can swing by and give you a ride! Let me know if you are
interested. I'm suppose to meet Jim a little early, but we could work
something out. I'm bringing another guest from Corvallis.
> I will be transportationally challenged Saturday night because I
> won't have a car. I had rotator cuff surgery in December so I don't
> yet feel comfortable biking that far in the dark. In fact, I'm afraid
> to bike at all, but I enjoy it so--and rely on it so--that I do take
> short daytime trips.
> I was looking at my living room today, and thought that I could seat
> ten in reasonable comfort without too much rearranging of furniture.
> I have only been to one meeting, and my memory is that we had about
> ten present. I could work more in, but I wouldn't want to do so on a
> regular basis.
> As an alternative meeting place, I called One Cup (298 Blair,
>[masked]), a humble but quiet coffee and snack shop. I spoke to Okoan
> who unhesitatingly said that we could meet there. If anyone else
> wants to check it out, it's on the left just north of the Orthodox
> On Feb 24, 2010, at 9:30 PM, Jeanine DeNoma wrote:
>> That's really generous of you. I'd offer the backup location, but
>> I'm too far south. I agree that restaurant meetings have too much
>> noise. I'd be delighted to switch, although it's a little late for
>> this event. See you on Saturday.
>> Lowell Thomas wrote:
>>> We could meet at my house, which is near the fairgrounds. I would
>>> ask that everyone leave their shoes at the door, and since there
>>> might be times my house wasn't available, it would be good if
>>> someone could offer their own home as a back-up location. We could
>>> even start meeting here this very week. I truly hate restaurant
>>> meetings because there is too much background noise for me to hear
>>> everyone, and the seating arrangement is not good for it either.