On Sun, 14 Jan 2001 13:41:20 -0500 Robert Hailman <[log in to unmask]> writes: > Roger Mills wrote: > > > > Robert Hailman wrote: > > >Of course, if we can do it in Toronto, that'd be better from my > > >perspective, if it's not to far out of the way for anyone else.> > > > > Not a bad idea at all--- an immensely civilized city. > Indeed, I certainly like it. I wouldn't have to travel (much, at any > rate) which makes it best for me. What say the rest of the list? > > Anyways, if anything does happen in Saugatuck, that's a tad iffy, > because it's still 5 hours on the train, never mind waiting for it. > It > could easily take up more time than I have, especially if we do this > on > July 18th. > > -- > Robert - Toronto sounds good to me too. I'd prefer it to be in *my* hometown, of course, :-) , but there've been a few times that i wanted to go to Toronto and never got to, so this'd be a good reason to actually get there for once. And i'm pretty sure that there are enough conlangers in the NYC area that we could work out some kind of carpool system that'd be much more fun than taking a long bus ride with strangers. Note: i wish i was volunteering, but i'm not. my parents won't let me drive the family car to queens from brooklyn, much less to a whole nother country :-S . -Stephen (Steg) "for you i will also give... a ferret." ~ *not* Eyal Golan, "Yafa Sheli"