I headed out from Atlanta to Redmond yesterday. I've made this trip enough times that I thought I knew what to expect. I didn't expect a snowstorm.
I am not sure exactly how the pilot actually landed today, but he did it. I made to Toronto for the Silverlight Workshop on Monday. Here are some pictures of the snow (sorry for the lousy pics, my cell phone camera kinda sucks):
I had a lot of fun in DC. I headed out to do an INETA talk for the Capitol Area .NET Users' Group. Trish and I had time to visit some sights but were ready to come home. Click on the picture to see our pictures on Flickr.
I decided to have a quick meet-up of some of my Twitter contacts in Seattle this week. I figured I should open it to anyone else who wants to show up. Follow the GeekDinner link above to RSVP so I can tell the bar to make room. Let me know if you have any questions about the dinner!
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