||[Jun. 1st, 2005|12:05 am]
|[||Tags|||||scheming, travel, visits||]|
|||||808 State - Outpost Transmission - Orange Testa||]|
More notes for myself:
06-01 - 06-04: Sister, her husband ventidrip, and her friend L from college are in town for various conferences and vacations. Only firm plans are the Wild Animal Park on Thursday afternoon, then all four of us getting together for dinner that evening. I'm pushing for dinner Wednesday and Friday as well; I figure that we'll figure out most of the plans just a few hours before they happen...
06-08 - 06-09: Work trip to Dallas. I might be able to get away for a few hours that evening and hang out with my friends in the area, but it's likely that we'll try to do a social "get to know our counterparts" activity that evening.
06-10 - 06-12: Trip to Phoenix to see a concert Friday evening and hang out with friends all Saturday. We (deliriumdreams and I) might have to leave early Sunday to get decent fares, but other than that, should be massive fun.
06-17 - 06-24: My friend J from Seattle is visiting for a week, split between here and Phoenix. The tail end of the visit overlaps with other plans of mine, but we should have a great time the first weekend. He's promised to help me make it through my backlog of Bonny Doon wine club shipments...
06-19: Coworker getting married here in town.
06-23 - 06-26: S and T getting married in Chicago on the 25th. deliriumdreams and I are going up for Thursday through Sunday (I'm actually staying until Monday morning to get a better fare). Should be lots of fun; quite a few of the pod are going to be there.
07-04: A bunch of people are getting together in Denver (mostly at nirikrss's place, and intending to go to the Colorado Renaissance Faire in Larkspur). Very tempting to try to get J and the kiddos up there for that, as it will be huge fun for everyone. Logistics are a bit dicy, though... and the thought of driving back down to Albuquerque with five of us in a smallish vehicle is scary. Also worried that I might be all visited-out at that point...