If it weren't for the fact that I am dog tired right now, I would offer to drop by and help out with some of this stuff. The hotel is kind of on the way home from work for me. I could practically ride my bicycle to the place .VeeDubTDI said:We're in my room stuffing goodie bags for registration tomorrow. Sweet!
We have a New Englander en route right now, ETA of 3am. How much more tired can you be? Come on over.ericy said:If it weren't for the fact that I am dog tired right now, I would offer to drop by and help out with some of this stuff. The hotel is kind of on the way home from work for me. I could practically ride my bicycle to the place .
Hey Joel,mrvermin said:Ok, I am here at the hotel now, 10hour drive straight through from Toronto. Left at midnight , no traffic, but my Garmin refused to allow me to use the interstate , every time I got one one, it told me to get off and take rural routes... added about 1.5 hours to the trip or so
Oh, and someone should have checked to see if the hotel was going to be "under construction" or not during the fest
petea4 said:Hey Joel,
I'll be leaving at 3pm this afternoon.
My Garmin, Google, Mapquest shows that same rural route. Need options. Which way should i go?
Would it make sense to go Toronto - Buffalo- Erie - Pittsburgh - Washington? All interstates......... hmmmm.............
mrvermin said:Hey pete.
Take the route that it shows you, but watch out, there will be a spot that will get you lost as it is not on the maps yet. You will come down a hill with lots of twists in it and merge on to a NEW highway that it not on the Garmin. Take it to the next exit and get off. the garmin will scream recalculating, but just get off and go left to the next county road. The garmin will pick you up again and get you back to the proper route...
Happened to me and two others that came in from Toronto last night.