October 17-18, 2006 - Toronto Trip

Miserable day for flying. It was raining in Atlanta and Memphis. Our flight from Memphis was delayed 3 hours, so they re-routed us to Detroit, where it was raining, and we connected in Toronto where it sprinkled throughout that day...

Jason and Joshi cure the world's ills...

...or at least the ones of a particular convenience store in Ontario (Shell-Canada site 2172 on the corner of Yonge and Poyntz).

This would actually be a different store - #2692 at Wilson and Dufferin.

Jason smiles and moves his hands really fast.

All the magnetic 'out of order' signs are removed as the new technology in the site is proven fully-functional.

This is for Radiant Computer Products... Shell-Canada put letter and number labels on the connectors. Wow, that could be a nearly revolutionary improvement to the diagram and wiring guides.

A sign they apparently keep up full-time.
Hopefully they will be able to take that down soon!

I didn't realize it until a few days after I got back, but the last day of this trip was my 365th away from home (on my 96th trip) for Radiant in the 7 1/2 years I've been there. Don't get me wrong. I still love my job - and it affords me the luxury of probably spending around 365 days away from home for personal vacation during the same timeframe...