The first Canadian Regional

Hey I have been looking at Chief Delphi for 2+ years now and i finally decided to get a screen name!!!

I would just like to now how many teams are going there and what teams?? From what I saw on that one website the Hersey Centre looks really cool!!! I look forward to going there that is if i get to drive, but the chances are good! As of right now we the Tigertrons look forward to the new robot season and are going to compete in these comps: Canada regional, Philly regional, and I believe the Nats (that is if we can!!) I hope anyway since this would be my third year going!!!:smiley:

Brad Rigdon team 222

PS I look forward to see you there!!! It is going to be a great Regional!

Team 639 Cornell/IHS (possible new team name TBA) will be going :smiley: We’re excited about it as well.

Patrick

*Originally posted by team222badbrad *
**Hey I have been looking at Chief Delphi for 2+ years now and i finally decided to get a screen name!!!

I would just like to now how many teams are going there and what teams?? From what I saw on that one website the Hersey Centre looks really cool!!! I look forward to going there that is if i get to drive, but the chances are good! As of right now we the Tigertrons look forward to the new robot season and are going to compete in these comps: Canada regional, Philly regional, and I believe the Nats (that is if we can!!) I hope anyway since this would be my third year going!!!:smiley:

Brad Rigdon team 222

PS I look forward to see you there!!! It is going to be a great Regional! **

And we’ll be very happy to see you all here!!!

It is going to be a great regional!

yep I am so happy we are going and i can’t wait but the only thing I dont want to do is count the hours it will take to get there lol!! The farest we drive is Massacusets for a team run event which takes 6+ hours to get there!

Yay Canada, eh?

team222badbrad:
From Tunkhannock, PA, expect an approximately 8h30m - 9h30m drive to Toronto (according to my handydandy roadatlas). I’m sure you can keep yourself occupied :slight_smile:

Jeff:
you’d actually be surprised how much I say ‘eh’… but that might just be me eh? :smiley: (yes… I know, bad joke!)

Anthony.

And you know, Anthony here isn’t even joking, we actually do say eh, eh? Not that it makes a difference though!

Michael.

Yeah. I’ve been to Canada quite a bit. It’s pretty funny, actually. I also had two friends (and one former teammember) from Canada. Just one question: do you like curling? (It’s an old team joke)

Actually, I played last year with my ‘Outdoor Education’ class, and Curling was GREAT GREAT fun!

The ThunderChickens (team 817) will be at the Canadian Regional.

-Paul

So will the FEDS (Team #201)

GREAT! I really hope to see all of you there, it should be a lot of fun!!!

BTW, we loved your bear from last year! We took about 10 pictures of it at Great Lakes Regional. (We couldn’t help it; our team captain was from Canada. )

Dats kool. Who’s your team Captain?
Newoo, It’s great that the Canadian Regional is getting out there, the more teams, the more fun.
Well, good luck to all teams, and hope to see you all there at the big competition, at either the Canadian Regional, or the Championships. o(^.^)o

Our team captain last year was Sanjay Newton. He was a senior, though :frowning:

We too will be there, if we can get the money… (Team #5)