A note for people coming from the east.
I tried Yahoo for directions, and it gave me an interesting shortcut --
leaving Hwy 1 at Chase and snaking along the north shore of Shuswap
Lake. When you pump up the resolution, the nice purple line proves to
go through the Sahhaltkum Reserve along a tangle of switchbacks and
forks which all come up on Yahoo as "unnamed road." Road quality
Having read the original version of National Lampoon's Vacation -- not
the dumbed-down Chevy Chase version but the original John Hughes story
-- I think I'll take the coward's way out and come in by the front door
See you all there!
Rachel Nash wrote:
>we really haven't meant to keep you in the dark! In response to many questions about the timing of this conference, it is planned as follows:
>4pm -6pm registration
>followed by dinner, presentation by Shirley Brice Heath and our first Inkshed
>May 8 and 9--busy days, packed with presentations, and activities.
>** for those of you considering slipping away on Sunday night--reconsider--it is TALENT NIGHT!
>May 10 Brunch and the annual CASLL meeting--plan to be done by noon at the latest.
>I hope that helps.
>Thanks for the map information, Rick.
>Rachel Nash, PhD
>English and Modern Languages
>University College of the Cariboo
>tel: (250) 371-5913
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Faculty of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary
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