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As usual just getting out of Midland is the most difficult part of the journey. Leave on time? if your not on Southwest, forget it. I have never been on a flight where the take off has been aborted. Just as we began to take off the pilot hit the brakes and aborted. If I had eaten breakfast it would have ...
I have my clothes laid out, bills paid for the next month, I hope, itinerary copied along with my passport, license, credit cards, and visas for Australia. My pets are unaware of their vacation that they will be taking, but they love their aunt Linda. My excitement is growing exponentially, if that's possible. We leave Tuesday at ...
... the help of a couple of panadol plus a light sedative, we actually managed to sleep pretty well.
Next morning breakfast around 9ish, and I'm afraid I went back to bed to sleep some more!
Paul had gone to the observation carriage, and he came to get me.
Views had changed a bit more as the train climbed up the Rockies.
Lunch again in the dining car very nice, then ...
... more than one minute, averaging around 8 mph.
I would like to describe for you what it was like, but you'll just have to come some time for yourself. The temperature in the cave was around 60F, so it was a bit cool, but not chilly. This compares with the outside air temperature of 106F. They say the air was humid, but not compared to an Atlanta fall day.
They had ...
... and another 1.5 hours to walk the trail around the big room. After that, we took the elevators back to the surface in what may very well have been our longest elevator ride ever--75 stories up.
Tomorrow, we're heading for Austin, Texas where we'll be staying for two nights.