My wife got an interview/invitation to visit Wright State in Feb. Is there anything noteworthy I should do while she is "in class"? Anyone in the area wanting to network? Any areas I should avoid? Not from around the area and would rather not unintentionally slow roll the war zones.... :)
@Darrin Carey I am sure he can chime in.
Compared to St Louis, our "war zones" are pretty tame. There aren't any near Wright State University.
Depending on when you will be here, we are having a BP meetup on Feb 9 at 6:00pm, less than a mile from Wright State. You're both welcome to come. Also, I'd be happy to meet up with you individually also.
The National Museum of Air Force attracts a lot of visitors. If you like aircraft or history, it's a must see. Depending on how long you're here, there's plenty to do.
On a side note, I may be in St Louis the first week of Feb.
@Darrin Carey that is great to know. From what I have seen it looks in general like it is probably a "safer" area then what can be found in several parts of Saint Louis. We will be there from Feb. 5th-7th. (Sorry I meant to put that in my initial post) I would love to meet up. Moving to a new market it is always good to talk to people who already know it. That's also good to hear about the area surrounding Wright State. My wife went to a college that had a garage a few blocks from campus in a semi rough neighborhood and that always made me nervous her walking to/from early in the am and at night.
Timing.....If I go to St Louis, I'll be there Feb 4-6, and possible 7th.
@Darrin Carey Wow! That's unfortunate.
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