Houston, we have a GO!

I have pulled the trigger, burned up my credit card limit and  reserved the 46 seat luxury cruiser to take us from Traverse City To Lansing on April 15, 2009 for the Tax Day Tea party!! Consider that you wont have to drive, fill the gas tank, look for a parking spot, or worry how to get there..

There are still seats available. $30 per person. (cheap)  If we get more than 40 I may consider getting a second bus Please comment, and I will contact you. You do not have to fill out any personal information in the comment field, and merely need to say you want to participate. (and any other message) I will email to the verification address to contact and confirm.

Bus will leave Traverse City (location TBD) at 0800 (8:00am) and will arrive back approx 1700 (5:00pm) Just in time for dinner.

6 comments for “Houston, we have a GO!

  1. garyatk
    March 30, 2009 at 7:30 pm

    Jason, I have called several people and I hope we get rolling here. Count me in for 1 seat right now, and I hope my wife can adjust her schedule so she can go. Do you want me to send you a check now, or will you let us bring money on the 15th? Let me know! Gary Atkinson

  2. Penny Nelson
    March 30, 2009 at 8:17 pm

    Jason – Count me in! I am sooo ready to be there! THANK YOU for sticking your neck out.

  3. Sarah Pierson
    March 31, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    I would like to join you on the bus. Next week I will know for sure if I am able to get the day off work.

    Thank you for organizing this.

  4. Sharon Neumann
    April 2, 2009 at 11:35 am

    Thank you so much for all you’re doing. I just heard you on Norm Jone’s and way to go with the bus to Lansing.
    I can’t make it but I’m sending you $50.00 so maybe someone that can’t afford it can go for me.
    I hope you fill 3 buses!!!
    Thanks so much for your efforts!!!

  5. alf
    April 6, 2009 at 7:00 pm

    My neice and I are planning to go, she has two young children (2 yr old and baby), could they ride the bus? If they sat on our laps could we get a dicount for them? I understand if you say no to the little ones being on the bus, and we will drive in that case. I am hoping to avoid the parking situation and a long walk with little kids.

    • jgillman
      April 6, 2009 at 9:58 pm

      I have sent a reply by email as well.

      For those who have children, If you would like to show the mechanisms of a free society, perhaps ages 5-6 and up as long as there is a one to one (parent child) and they are behaved. They will not be allowed to wander, and you must be able to judge if they will last the trip without too much effort. Consider that we will not be stopping for meals, so it might be a good idea to bring a meal (snack items, bottled water etc..) Consider carefully.

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