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... voucher was a good tradeoff. At the last minute they called me up and assigned me a totally different seat. So now I'm no longer with Kim and have nothing to show for it. Thanks for nothing USAir. Great customer disservice! Home in a few hours though. Bittersweet after a great week away with Kim. We travel well together and I hope we can do a lot more of ...
... had settled here and built the fort. It has been reconstructed and there are working buildings, some with guides in costume to talk about the various trades etc. The first one we came to had a nice man who after we talked for a bit asked us if we would like to throw a tomahawk. I’ll have a go at most things but first we had to sign a waiver. I had the first go. Well, he was most impressed that I actually hit the target even if the blade did ...
... to handle the lone Luddite. Finally captain came on speaker and sad sorry for inconvenience and gave email address to send your worse horror stories of persecution to American Airlines. Ah U.S. Airway wanted to hurry this part of the merger along by not giving U.S. Airway email.
I survived snoozed in short spurts and felt totally worn out and in zombie land by time plane landed in Charlotte. That was a 9 1/2 hour flight.
Note clock still running on our trip ...
I'm sitting in the Charlotte airport on my 8 hour layover, drinking a cold beer and reflecting on the last 10 years. This trip is far and beyond anything I've ever done before, and it is really exciting. Especially since I still don't have half of it planned yet!
I'm going to keep my eyes, mind, and heart open and have a great time!
... right and then take the Tower Trail up the mountain. Heading in this direction, the trail goes down until it reaches the terminus at the Linwood Access Area and then the Tower Trail goes back up. Thus, we knew that going down now would mean that much more up before we reached the summit. The Tower Trail is also an old gravel road that heads up to the summit, starting out gradually and growing ever more steep as ...