I have to respectfully bow out of the AHT event. One of my sisters is suffering from liver cancer, and I have received word that her doctors have taken her off of treatment and mover her to hospice care. I know that mracles occur each and every day, but I have to be on hand here to head out west if needs be.
I am sorry to pull out on such short notice, but family has to come first, and regardless, what with rising travel costs, I'd probably not have enough fuunds to attend the even and fly out west as it is.
Have a wonderful time, and keep your head on a swivel. Check your six often and be safe. <ost of all, have fun. I'll be thinking of you all.
To: NewEnglandCampaigne rs@yahoogroups. com
From: cthorton12@yahoo. com
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 11:22:04 -0700
Subject: Re: [NewEnglandCampaign ers] Travel to "At High Tide:...
Sounds Like a plan to me, I'll call you bob when when we start approuching the event.
Bob Firth <ppd652@yahoo. com>
There are a bunch of us going from Mass, RI and CT. My count would make about five. If all five of us can fit in John Lloyd's truck, and he is willing, you could possibly take the bus to Providence RI, and then Caleb, You and I could meet Tom Gingras and John Lloyd in New Haven. How do you all feel about this tentative plan; five sharing gas shouldn't be too bad.
timkindred <Gwedd@Hotmail. com> wrote:
I am looking for a ride from New Engkand down to this event. I am
more than happy to share gas and toll expenses. I libe in soythern
Maine, but can meet someone in Boston or anywhere along the route
where the Greygound stops.
I have had eye surgery recently and just can't drive at the
moment. I can get around just fine, I'm not ivalided, but the depth
perception is a little off for the moment so I don't deel
Anyway, I travel light and would apprecite hearing from anyone
who might be able to help me out.
Give me a call or email me. I can leave early as needs be.
9 Pleasant Street
Bath, Maine, 04530
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