July 25, 2004

the circle widens II

I'm going. The only question remaining is do I fly or drive... big bucks or 12 hours behind the wheel?

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Posted by mike at July 25, 2004 08:04 PM | TrackBack

you should drive, don't you think?
You won't be in a rush to get there and you will get to see parts of the country you will not likely see again. You have the time and now you have your border-crossing schtick down.

Posted by: robert on July 25, 2004 08:27 PM

I think it'll be more than 12 hours, dude.

In any event, I agree with Robert. Driving gives space for thinking time. Not so crucial on the way down, but v. v. important for the way back.

Posted by: Lisa on July 25, 2004 08:32 PM

Hooray!!! I'll call you on Tuesday on our way to Salt Lake. Yellowstone and the Tetons tomorrow for our "just us" day...SLC on Tuedsay...and home sweet home on Wednesday...can't wait!!!!!!! What a trip. Remind me to tell you about the phone call I got today in Ketchum, ID...whew!

Posted by: Wes on July 25, 2004 09:27 PM

10 hours 13 minutes, according to Mapquest. No matter - I booked my flight this morning!

I fly Vancouver - Denver - Boise. And the ticket is cheaper than when I flew to Denver last month. Also, these are United aircraft, but I booked through Air Canada's web site, and the price is a lot cheaper than if I booked on the United site.

Even back in the day when I was paid to understand business, I could never figure out the airlines. No wonder these guys are all going bankrupt.

Posted by: Mike on July 26, 2004 12:52 PM


Glad to hear your coming to the gathering..let me know if u need anything...picked up at the airport, host home etc....

Let me know your schedule....Look forward to hanging out.

Grace and peace,

Posted by: mark priddy on July 28, 2004 05:51 PM

Hey Mike,
I think you should fly :) I am :)) But then again it's pretty hard to drive across the Pacific.

Posted by: Malcolm Hawker on August 5, 2004 02:54 AM
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