I think it's time to be realistic and decide what are we going to do.
I don't think we can deny the fact that today is friday and the weather report on both Accuweather.com and Weather.com pretty much says heavy rain for the entire day on Saturday.
Chris may have the right idea when he decided to drop out. Caravaning 3+ hours is not the safest thing to do in heavy rain. I don't want someone sliding off the road and winding up in a ditch on the way up to Grafton.
So let's discuss this.
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Yeah, as much as i hated to drop out, because i really really wanted to meet alot of people, i get very nervous having to drive in heavy rain for hours and hours. I've done it before and it sucks. I rather be safe and stay home.
IMO, it's too late for rev D to change much. It really sucks this happened, he put so much work into this meet
And yeah, sunday was out of the questionf or me. The only way i was staying overnight was if i crashed at a friends dorm and left early sunday morning to get back here. Too much crap to do before monday.
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