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Scheduling Arrivals/Departures for the PDC/ATC

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Hello all, wasn't sure if I should start to clutter up the announcement thread for the ATC to discuss pickups/arrivals to the event, so I started this thread instead. Feel free to merge it into the ATC thread if that's better!

I will be flying in for the 2 weeks of the ATC, and since it starts on a Monday I would assume I should arrive in Missoula Sunday as early as possible and then hopefully we could coordinate a pickup. If there's a time which is best, say some people are flying out of Missoula after the PDC so a vehicle will already be in the area, that seems like the best option. So I'm hoping we can figure out some times here to make it the easiest on those available to drive.

The only reasonable options I could find has me arriving in Missoula Sunday June 30 at 4:35pm, and leaving Missoula Saturday July 13 at 4:05pm so I asusme I should be there at 2:30pm or so? So I scheduled my flight for those times, and hopefully if there are others who will be coming/going at those times we can carpool to/from base camp!

Thanks in advance for any replies!
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