I managed to stay home 7 days after my last trip but am now on the road again for an 8-day trip. By the time you read these words, I should be in Maine for a personal trip for a family event. Then I will spend a day in Massachusetts with friends before getting on an airplane in Boston to fly to the RootsTech genealogy conference in Salt Lake City.
This year’s RootsTech conference is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever. It should be the largest genealogy conference in the world. You can read all about it at RootsTech.org. A number of sessions being held at RootsTech will be available as streaming video on the Internet so you can watch them live. See http://blog.eogn.com/2016/01/29/rootstech-streaming-schedule-announced for the schedule of the live sessions. I believe the same sessions will be recorded and will be available on RootsTech.org within a day or so after each session in case you are not able to view the live versions.
I plan to write about the events and the new products and services that I see at RootsTech. This conference historically has been the site of many new announcements of interest to genealogists.
Of course, the annual EOGN Dinner to be held after the conference closes is always the highlight of my week. You can read about it at http://blog.eogn.com/2016/01/28/you-are-invited-to-the-eogn-dinner-after-the-rootstech-conference-in-salt-lake-city. As I write these words, tickets are still available.