Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?


Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby catherine » Wed Oct 17, 2007 08:30 pm

Now that I'm finally here and we've finally found a house... anyone want to get together? I've a grant due in November 6th but after that I'm good.

Any suggestions as to what we might do? Where we might go?
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Re : Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby Dawn D » Wed Oct 17, 2007 11:15 pm

Hi Catherine, I had been wondering if you were settled in our area yet. Actually, I'm here in the southeast so not going to hit you with any "spit" from here - haha! But there are some members near you and hopefully they will chime in.

again, welcome!
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Re : Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby catherine » Thu Oct 18, 2007 10:08 am

Dawn, if you could... then you could be on Letterman's Stupid Human Tricks and promote PF fundraising ;)
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Re : Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby amiejo » Fri Nov 02, 2007 10:33 am

Catherine, I live in Bridgeville. Just south of Pittsburgh. We just moved and got settled in during the end of Summer. Where are you at? I seem to remember that you were going to be working with the Children's Hospital. It would be nice if someone who is super familiar with the city to give some suggestions on something to do. A fun place for kids is the Creative Play Center. We will have to make some plans!
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Re : Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby catherine » Fri Nov 02, 2007 12:19 am

Yea for you Amie! We're only just settling in ourselves. In fact, we don't actually move into our new house until the end of this month. We'll be living in Westview (Ross Township) which is in the North Hills. Caryn lives probably closer to you. In terms of fun places we've been to with the kids the Zoo is excellent (especially the Aquarium which has those awesome Australian Sea Dragons to see) and we've really enjoyed a couple of trips to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (they got to "excavate" some dinosaur bones). We should definitely make some plans now that Caryn is back in town.
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Re : Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby laura » Fri Nov 02, 2007 01:28 pm

NO FAIR! Caryn AND Captain AND Dawn? I'm jealous!
(but having just moved in June, I'm not up for moving again, even if it does include you guys.)
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Re : Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby kara » Fri Nov 02, 2007 02:12 pm

My mom lives just south west of Pittsburgh. I'll ring ya'll up when I go to visit!!
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Re : Anyone within spitting distance of Pgh?

Postby annegarrett » Fri Nov 02, 2007 02:21 pm

Laura, I know. I keep looking at my overwhelming travel schedule for work and think...hmmm...PA...PA...what do I NEED to do in PA. :) See good friends?! Currently, given the fact that I've been gone once every week this month, I think my first big "trip" for me will include the family (can you believe I have to spend time with those guys??)
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