>From what the GPS says, we should be there around 3:20. I think we're just
going to store the non-refrigerated stuff in the capstone lab. We might be
able to fit one adhesive roll in the freezer.
On Mar 21, 2016 2:32 PM, "Kenny" <ke...@romhat.net> wrote:

> Awesome news, thanks Leslie!
> All of the cold stuff is buried, so we should probably meet first wherever
> the non-cold items are being stored. (Capstone lab? Location?) We will want
> a cart or three for all of the loose items.
> Joe, let us know when you have an ETA.
> On March 21, 2016 1:58:59 PM PDT, Leslie Elwood <lelw...@pdx.edu> wrote:
>> Good to go. Meet Caitlin in room 431 and she will have the key to the let
>> you guys in to the hallway. The first freezer appeared mostly empty.
>> She will only be there until 5.
>> Leslie
>> On Mar 21, 2016 1:00 PM, "Leslie Elwood" <lelw...@pdx.edu> wrote:
>>> I am heading to the biology department in 20 minutes to see of anyone is
>>> there to help.
>>> Leslie
>>> On Mar 21, 2016 12:58 PM, "Joseph Shields" <shiel...@pdx.edu> wrote:
>>>> So, we're heading back with a full (!) van of materials. Loren, our
>>>> contact for the donation, estimated that we were getting  60k of stuff. He
>>>> requested that we send him pictures of what we end up making, and he's
>>>> curious to hear about our process.
>>>> We've got all of the adhesive and carbon fiber. We got two of the big
>>>> bales of breather material. We picked up all of the vacuum bagging
>>>> material, except for one roll that was really waterlogged. They had a bunch
>>>> of pre-made kits for vacuum bagging which we got. I think we have enough
>>>> vacuum bagging supplies for many more capstones, minus release film and
>>>> tape.
>>>> If anyone's on campus, or can get to campus, we'll need help finding
>>>> space for everything.
> Kenny
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