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Weekend Update from my post of tasks to do from Friday night (accomplished items are crossed through)

1. Wash/Wax the Corvette

2. Put the motor for the 240Z back together. (some done, manifolds need to go back on)

3. Make room in the garage so I can pull the Corvette back into the garage

4. Sleep

5. Finish getting prepped for the DotNetNuke Training that starts on Monday.

6. Get better (still in progress)

Not a very productive weekend if I do say so myself. I'm working on #5 this evening.

 

1. Wash/Wax the Corvette 2. Put the motor for the 240Z back together. 3. Make room in the garage so I can pull the Corvette back into the garage 4. Sleep 5. Finish getting prepped for the DotNetNuke Training that starts on Monday. 6. Get better
Instead of my usual trips to the West Coast, 2007 is a year of trips East! Tonight I'm heading off to Washington DC for some DotNetNuke training with a client, and then on Wednesday I take a train (first time since I was probably 4 or 5) up to New York City. I've been to Washington a few times, most recently last June for the ProSolo event, but I didn't get to do any tourist type stuff, Natalie took all the photos in the link. So I'm hoping to at least walk around for a few hours Tuesday evening taking some cool photos. I've never been to New York, so I'm hoping to get to do some of the major things while I'm there. See the Empire State Building, which I think is a block over from my hotel, as well as visit the site of the World Trade Center, as well as any number of other things I can think of, and hopefully fit in during my alloted time! I'll be back in town on Friday, feverishly working on the 280Z so I can get rid of it this weekend and pick up the 240 from Illinois to get it back home in the garage. In April I'm headed East again, going to Opening Day at Fenway for the 2nd year in a...
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