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Clarence_A wrote:


Branson, MO a better choice. More central location. Better scenery. Less traffic. I'd only have to drive 1/2 hour ;)
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On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 13:46:26 -0600, Richard Owlett

Why not Aspen?
John
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John Larkin wrote:

Too much snow ;]
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Very good suggestion! There's plenty of parking for your personal jet. Be very careful with the approach if the weather is bad.
Don't have a personal jet? You can't afford Aspen.
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On Wed, 12 Jan 2005 09:40:19 PST, snipped-for-privacy@mojaveg.iwvisp.com (Everett M. Greene) wrote:

Ever fly into Aspen? You take a ratty turboprop from Denver. On the approach, you look out the windows of the plane and see solid rock walls on both sides. Almost as much fun as Los Alamos, where the runway ends at the end of the mesa.
John
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John Larkin wrote:

My first view of the Tetons was flying into Jackson Hole. You head straight into a granite block that towers a mile above the runway. At what turns out in retrospect to have been a respectable distance, the plane makes a hard right and runs parallel to it as it settles down.
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Jerry Avins wrote:

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I remember flying in and out of Albuquerque 40 odd years ago. First the pilot attempts to crash into this mountain, and at the last moment zooms over it and parks on the peak. When leaving, he just floors it until the ground disappears from under you, and after a few swoops and thermals the thing is airborn.
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Why not? It's really a nice place.

Flat, boring, and sleazy both. But Disneyland is great if the lines aren't too long, which they usually are. Los Vegas is The Sickest Place on Earth.
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On Tue, 11 Jan 2005 06:58:26 -0800, John Larkin wrote:

Laughlin is awfully nice in comparison, but I don't know if they have convention halls there.
Cheers! Rich
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Too much hassle! Too many people, not all are even civil!

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Sickest
Matter of opinion. But I wasn't concerned with the stranding attractions. Disneyland is always good, and if the lines are long, "Fast pass" is an alternative.

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Only hotels and casinos, I think. Haven't had a reason to go there!
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Hi Tim,
I will almost certainly be at the Analog Devices booth. I would love to buy you a beer. Any other comp.dsp'ers ?
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I read in sci.electronics.design that Tim Wescott
com>) about '[Shameless Plug] -- Embedded Systems Conference', on Sun, 9 Jan 2005:

I thought this thread was about a connector with exposed male and female members.(;-)
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