Last week I went to the USASF Regional Meeting in Baltimore. On the way in I saw the Roush Racing planes. While there we showed support for Julie, a friend going through a tough time. On the way back I stopped by Big Daddy’s Burgers and sat in one of the famous rocking chairs in Charlotte airport. When I got back I noticed one of the twins was trying to get re-elected.
Chris Hadfield presented What I Learned From Going Blind in Space as a TED Talk.
During the past week I went to the USASF Regional Meeting in Atlanta, which I believe was the largest ever, and the Memphis Grizzlies dance team tryouts at the historic Orpheum Theatre. Orson Sykes from Twist & Shout was the featured speaker in Atlanta and most of the people we were cheering for made the Grizz Girls.
Del Harvey presented The Strangeness of Scale at Twitter as a TED Talk.
I went to the USASF Regional Meeting in Chicago. I got to work with Kenny Feeley in person for the first time and enjoyed the experience. I also got some Chicago deep dish pizza at Gino’s East, but didn’t realize there was an Al’s Beef nearby so I’ll have to try that next time. The Corona was to bribe Dana to join us.