erinja (User's profile) March 5, 2007, 2:08:27 PM
T0dd:If you take 95 when you drive up, you could perhaps even stop in NYC to have lunch with one or more of the NYC people before continuing.
That's an idea. I usually drive up. Of course, when I go I'm usually visiting family, but a ride up to Boston might not be bad. Meanwhile, I'm going to try to get to one of the NY meetings. And the Baltimore idea is good too, since that's about as far as NY.
amuzulo (User's profile) March 9, 2007, 1:49:24 PM
T0dd:Wow, I haven't been to *any* Esperanto event, or spoken face-to-face in...years. Philadelphia is an Esperanto desert, despite being the 5th largest city in the US. I'm still the only person on Amikumu in the city. I really miss speaking Esperanto.Hey! You might like to know that Amikumu now has another member from Philadelphia! This is why we created Amikumu--to help people find other Esperanto speakers in their own city. Learn more about ElfMage.
amuzulo (User's profile) March 9, 2007, 2:02:11 PM
RiotNrrd:Over here in the Portland, Oregon, area, it's also an esperantist desert. I guess there was a UK here back in the early 70's, but that's about the only large meeting I've heard of (and that was over 30 years ago).I found two Esperanto speakers in Portland, Oregon on Amikumu. Just go to Serĉu profile and type Portland in the field for Urbo and then click Serĉu. You can then say Hi to Erik and Crystal.
mccambjd (User's profile) March 10, 2007, 7:24:15 AM
amuzulo:Hey! You might like to know that Amikumu now has another member from Philadelphia!OK, you forced me to sign up too...
T0dd (User's profile) March 11, 2007, 4:07:32 AM
mccambjd:We have enough to have some sort of a meeting!amuzulo:Hey! You might like to know that Amikumu now has another member from Philadelphia!OK, you forced me to sign up too...