I have a question for my East Coast friends. As a preface, I am not very familiar with distances between cities on the Eastern side of this wonderful country. However, if you asked me how far it was between Seattle and Portland, I could be helpful.
That being said, can you tell me how far it is from Wilmington, Delaware to Baltimore, Maryland?
Secondly, is the Baltimore Comicon being held on Saturday AND Sunday?
Thank you for your help!
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
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Not very close - about 75 miles and 90 minutes, according to Google maps.
But in these parts, time (as heavily influenced by traffic, which is bad at best, and unpredictably nightmarish at random) is more important than distance.
The con IS Saturday and Sunday - we're going. But as for the city distance - no idea.
I'm from DC, about 45 minutes outside of Baltimore.
Baltimore IS about 90 mins. outside of Delaware and yes, it is Sat. & Sun.
If you're thinking of going, you should this show's the most fun & best run I've ever been to.
Of course, the one time I move away from the DC/Baltimore area, you guys are going to make the trip to Baltimore comic-con. I'm beginning to take this stuff very personal.
OMG ... are you going? Are you? Are you? Huh Huh?????
David- about two hours then depending on traffic?? Jeez, I really want to try and go but I have a plane at 5 p.m. on Sunday out of Philly....
Lisa, I want to go sooo bad so I can meet you and hang out! I just don't know how to make it happen. Damn wedding! :-)
Jim's bro is getting hitched on Saturday...
I am soo torn!!
Devon, I am totally taking your opinion to heart on this one. It sounds like a fantastic show! I want to go so bad!!
Britt, you know I loves ya! It is bad timing pure and simple! :-(
One day I will get to visit you!!
Lisa!!! I am trying so hard to figure this out! I will keep trying to beg Jim....
Maybe he will cave?
"about two hours then depending on traffic??"
Yeah, that's about what I'd bank on to be on the safe side. Might be better because it's a weekend, but I wouldn't count on it being a *lot* better.
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