it's called 38 motel. bobvc99
--- In email@example.com
, "Robert Van Cleef"
> there is an inexpensive motel about 2 miles from infoage, on route 138
> east, at the junction of route 18. a friend of mine runs it. no i am
> not trying for free advertizing, i am just trying to be of help to
> you. the rooms are not extreemly fancy but, they are clean and very
> close to the museum. the general phone number is 732-681-0438. the
> direct line into the office is 732-681-0238. last time i asked, the
> rooms run from about $50 and up per night. all you need to do to get
> to the museum is get back on route 18N and infoage is at the very next
> exit. (please pardon my bad spelling.) bobvc99
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "John Allain" <allain@> wrote:
> > I'll just say that I had a heck of a nice time at the VCF
> > and am enthused to get back into some vintage projects
> > after a year off with family projects.
> > Here:
> > I'm much less organized that Bill at this moment but hope to do:
> > Spend more time with pizza/beers and seeing the local MARCH
> > folks up around here (lower Hudson valley).
> > Donate out excess modern whitebox computers (pentium 100&up)
> > to charity. Use the gained space to fix up any partial classiccmps
> > into working configurations.
> > Make a Permanent Linux box with good 5.25 drive(s)/SCSI/DLT/
> > 8-track(reel) etc. support.
> > There:
> > Visit InfoAge at least 4 times in the next 12 months (finding a decent
> > hotel, or trying Fred's shed) to make display quality systems out of
> > some of the DEC boxes sitting around in suspended animutation*.
> > Return trip to Silicon Valley, where I lived during a job a few
> years ago.
> > John A.
> > *typo serendipity
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: B. Degnan
> > > I will trudge forward this month, here are my current projects:
> > >1) Working with the University of Delaware ...