Complex Systems Summer School 2019-After Hours
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Please use this space to plan social events.
Going to Albuquerque on July 4th - 9AM departure
Organizing Ubers/Lyfts or personal cars for people needing to go to Albuquerque on July 4th.
- Jack (flight at 12:10pm)
- Shruti (flight at 23:00)
- Chiara (staying in Albuquerque overnight)
Going to Albuquerque on July 5th
Organizing Ubers/Lyfts or personal cars for people needing to go to Albuquerque on July 5th. Please list your name if you need a ride to Albuquerque airport on July 5th. Also, list what time you need to be there for your flight. My flight (Andrew) is not until 16:30, but am happy to go earlier.
- Kazu (7:00 departure, might stay overnight in Albuquerque on the 4th)
- Pablo Franco (13:00 departure)
- Mikaela (13:07 departure)
- Harun (14:00 departure, will take the 7:37 train from 599)
- Andrew (16:30 departure, but will probably hang out in Albuquerque)
- Aabir (16:30 departure, happy to leave earlier)
- Pablo M. Flores (7:30 departure, might stay overnight in Albuquerque on the 4th)
9:30AM Taxi to ABQ airport on July 5th
Mark Chu is ordering an Uber from AIAI to ABQ Airport, departing at 930AM estimated to arrive at 1100AM. Looking for total THREE passengers due to oversize luggage. Estimate cost per person is $33
- Pablo Franco
- Mikaela Akrenius
A shuttle will be available to get you to and from downtown Santa Fe on Friday evening and Saturday mid-morning through the afternoon. The shuttle will be making runs back and forth between the downtown area and IAIA campus.
FRIDAY: 10:00pm - 1:00am
SATURDAY: 11:30am - 2:00pm and 10:30pm - 1:00am
We have two pickup spots:
Water & Sandoval at 269 W. Water Street
Railyard Pavillion at 1609 Paseo De Peralta
Please be prompt to pickup locations, as the shuttle will need to keep a tight schedule in order to stay on time. We also want to be respectful of Lorenzo's time, especially with the late-night pickups.
In the event a shuttle is overloaded, a to-and-from trip ("orbit") should be approximately 45 minutes.
The plan is to have the "beginning" return trip of the schedule depart from the Railyard location, with the final pickup night will departing from Water & Sandoval at 1:00am.
Final pickups for both days will be the Water & Sandoval location, so your worst-case scenario will be to meet the shuttle at 1:00am.
As a reminder, Uber and Lyft are also available and efficient ways of getting around.
Hello! Some of us are going to white sands on Saturday and have some spots left in cars if anyone wants to join
Car 1: Amy – leaving by 5:00 AM on Saturday morning (to get permits!)
Car 2: Adam (also leaving at 5am)
- Pablo Flores
Car 3: David (leaving at 5AM also)
Car 5 (rental):
We can get permits for 2 campsites (up to 12 people). So, first come/first serve on the remaining spots. The drive is 4 hours from IAIA.
The spots are backpacking only – about 2 km walk from the car to a site (on sand). Please be sure to read this info page (https://www.nps.gov/whsa/planyourvisit/backpacking.htm). Expect it to be both very hot and probably quite chilly at night. A sleeping bag is necessary, lots of water, the ability to carry in/out food, and comfortable with no-bathroom conditions.
I think it’s easiest for each car to organize themselves – other than the permits (which I will grab), the rest of the details should be self-organized :)
Supplies Run: 7:00pm to Walmart: Huge store with just about anything you'll need.
Lorenzo's Shuttle (15 seats)
First Run (~7:00pm)
2. Mackenzie Johnson
3. Paula Parpart
4. Pam Mantri
5. Chris Quarles
7. Kunaal Joshi
13. Andrew G.-B.
14. Pablo (Melbourne)
Second Run (~8:00pm)
JP's super cool VW (~7:00pm)
Second St. Rufina
Off-campus hangout at Second St. Rufina! Transportation to and from, 9:00-midnight. They know we're coming so it's all copacetic!
Sign-up is to get a general idea of who wants to go, shuttle will loop around during the night.