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    #11
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    what are the dates again?
     

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    #12
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    It's a trade show not the Love Boat!

    Feb.23-26......................
     

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    #13
    Raycliff Manor Guest
    Does anyone have any information about the seminar and workshop lineup? We're trying to work it into our budget for 4 of us to go. We figure this way we can cover more seminars/workshops. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

    Kel
     

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    Raycliff Manor Guest
    It's official! The 4 people who make Rayclif Manor possible will be attending TW! Lee Ostergren (partner and Secretary Treasurer), Mari Maya (partner and House Manager), Brad Karnes (Head of Construction & Security) and myslef will be attending! We've just submitted our room requests through the Globetrotter Service on the TW web site http://www.hauntshow.com/directions.shtml

    We put in a request for rooms in the following order:

    1st choice - Hyatt Regency O'Hare
    2nd choice - Crown Plaza O'Hare
    3rd choice - Sofitel
    4th choice - Doubletree

    I'll keep everyone posted on where we end up. I hope we made good choices! I'm looking forward to finding out where the hangout places are. I can't remember from 2005. I'm also looking forward to the updates on the TW site!

    Kel
     

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    #15
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    Was is just us or did anyone else dread the walk from the conv center to the Hyatt, those hallways sucked! It was like taking a stroll around Mercury, frigging hot! Several times I took the walk outside in the wind and rain to avoid it...maybe they have fixed it now
     

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    #16
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    The Halls were hot.

    Its going to be a good time once again this year. I think the show will be bigger and better this year. Alot of stuff has been talked about and in the works.

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    #17
    Raycliff Manor Guest
    Got our room confirmation and we are definitely going to be at the Hyatt! I guess we'll get to experience the hot halls. :lol: I don't like being cold, so I think I'll welcome the hot halls in the Chicago February weather. Who knows, maybe we'll luck out and have real nice weather. I hope it's not too bad, since we've decided to drive to Chicago! :shock: Just another page in the journey book! :wink:

    Kel
     

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    #18
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    and how many will be couped up in a vehicle for the 10 to 12 hour drive?

    We learned last time 9 is WAY too many We may take two vehicles next time.
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    If you see me running, KEEP UP! - Joe Dog
     

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    #19
    Raycliff Manor Guest
    Ha! 9 people in one vehicle! That's one cozy drive unless you're driving a bus. :lol: We'll just have 4 of us in the car. Which reminds me, I need to check with the hotel regarding parking...

    Kel
     

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    #20
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    I bet if JoeDog was the chauffer for the nine Playboy Bunnies on the company's softball team it would be just the right number of bodies for a long ride.
    Keep your eyes on the road!
    I packed nine manniquins into a 79 T-Bird, of course their arms and legs and torsos disassembled somewhat to make this possible.
    I took pictures, it loked strangely comical/gruesome?
    Couldn't pass up the deal, only $25.00 each! Like new, low miles!
     

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