Colorado Flood Situation (We should be good for HHC2013)

Richard J. Nelson rjnelsoncf at
Mon Sep 16 11:53:50 PDT 2013

Hello Roger et al., 


Felix should check with Boulder mid-week to verify that the tours will be
held - they may be cancelled because of the flooding.


I am catching up on emails that I couldn't respond to because a computer
hard drive crash on Saturday morning.


It is running now but I still have a lot of software to load.  


Bye for now.






-----Original Message-----
From: hhc-bounces at [mailto:hhc-bounces at]
On Behalf Of Roger Hill
Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2013 6:00 PM
To: Handheld Computing Conference discussion list
Subject: Re: Colorado Flood Situation (We should be good for HHC2013)


Hi all,


I just made a reservation with Green Ride from the Denver airport to the
Cambria Suites.  Apparently there's no problem with that route now, though
there was one day when I-25 was closed.


I was just about to ask if anybody knew whether the flooding devastation in
Boulder is going to affect our tours of NIST and NOAA.


-- Roger


------------ On Jake Schwartz' forwarded message ------------


> Hi,


> Tim Wessman posted this to the HP Museum Forum...


> I highly doubt that there will be any large issues in Fort Collins by 

> next week as a result of any flooding and the conference will not be 

> impacted...


> There are two things that could potentially impact outside activities 

> however. Boulder, the location of the NIST facility, has been the 

> hardest hit location. While I doubt the NIST/NOAA facilities will be 

> directly impacted due to elevation, there may be other issues that 

> could potentially impact the tours...


> Also Richard Nelson spoke to the hotel folks who indicated that there 

> should be no problems travelling between Denver and Fort Collins.



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