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* [https://twitter.com/explain_analyze Jay]
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* [[User:Carl|Carl]] +3 traveling to Portland on the same train.
== Hackers on a Train ==
In addition to the actual LFNW event some of us are taking the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coast_Starlight Coast Starlight] train from SF to Seattle two days before the event to hold a ~22 hour hackathon on board as we take in the Pacific coast scenery.
We'll be leaving from Jack London Square station on Wednesday night at ~10pm, arriving into Seattle the following day around 8pm. We'll spend a day roaming Seattle and making our way to Bellingham for the event the following day.
Interested? Add yourself to the list above and email everyone. This is our first attempt at making this happen and we'd love to have you join :)
== How folks are getting there ==
Its pretty much a free for all. The idea started when tdfischer, patrickod, and Jay- thought going on a train to LFNW 2015 would be a fun idea, so their plan starts on the 22nd:
Train details are as follows
*Depart*: OKJ (Oakland Jack London) Wed 22nd April @ 9:39pm
*Arrive*: SEA (Seattle King Street) Thu 23rd April @ 8:37pm
*Train*: 14 Coast Starlight
*Ticket: *Value Ticket, Upper Level ($104)

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