Pennsic 2009 Photo Gallery

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Pennsic 2009 Photo Gallery

Postby Gabe / Genjiro » Thu Feb 11, 2010 12:15 pm

Way way too late this year. My photos from Pennsic 2009 are up at:


http://www.pbase.com/gabrield/pennsic_2009
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Re: Pennsic 2009 Photo Gallery

Postby Aiden » Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:19 am

Those pictures look great!

I'm heading to my first Pennsic later this year, and am getting more and more excited about it. :-)
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Re: Pennsic 2009 Photo Gallery

Postby Korren » Sat Feb 13, 2010 2:52 am

It is certainly an experience! Well worth the 10+ hour drive! (I'm from just south of Carolingia! Smoking Rocks, I believe.) If you're driving or plotting a route for the first time, let me know. I can make a few suggestions. Avoiding NYC traffic is a great plan! <Grin>

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Re: Pennsic 2009 Photo Gallery

Postby Aiden » Sat Feb 13, 2010 7:14 pm

Yes, I'll indeed be driving myself there. It looks like I'll be able to head down in the middle of the first week, then stay for the duration.

I hear there is a point in which the rest stops kind-of stop showing up, or at least become really far spread out. That might just be one route though.

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Re: Pennsic 2009 Photo Gallery

Postby Korren » Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:12 pm

Once you hit the end of Route 80, towards the end of the trip, when you're feeling both tired and antsy at the same time. Even the exits are pretty far apart (compared to Mass), nevermind finding one that has a Wendy's! <Grin>

The trick for me in SE Mass occurs in Connecticut, where I want to switch from Rt 95 to Rt 84, which shoots you off into UPstate NY, instead of straight through NYC traffic and the seemingly never ending entirety of Route 80 in Pennsylvania! 95 to 84 to 83 to 80 to 79 (sounds like a countdown?) to 422 is our best route. If you're close enough to MA Route 90, that might make a better plan than the back roads I'm usually stuck taking in the middle of CT to get from 95 to 84!
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