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... my bags. Then I transferred terminals and got to my gate with 15min before boarding, just enough time to email Anson and say I'm not on my scheduled flight, but gave him the details of the new flight. Then I boarded the plane for the final leg of the journey, before would touchdown for good. All the flights went smoothly, (all be it I was sick from exhaustion) and for I the first two flights I was lucky enough to ...
9:30 am and Im at Ottawa airport - along with many others who are trying to go to either
washington or Chicago - seems there were several flights to these 2 cities cancelled yesterday
and everyone is wanting to go home -- NOW!! - check in - flight is late seems to be a special
service offered by United (my ticket is with Air Canada but the airplane is United). Good flight.
There is a small group of young men in ...
We all slept in late, and missed the overnight snowfall. Not heavy, but enough to make it exciting for us. We did two mountains of washing for the boys - it was hard to part Paddy from his long johns. The laundry is in the unheated basement, and the overflow from a leaking tap was frozen. This house isn't as nearly as nice as the one in San Fran, although both have provided amusing (not) incidents involving century old plumbing and a giant plunger. ...
... good days, none compared to our player of the game, Junior Lake. He started off with the grand slam home run in the 1st inning, and followed it up with a bunt single in the 3rd. Not many players can follow up a home run with enough speed to beat out a bunt.
Overall - Man, what a day. Fly to Chicago and go straight to Wrigley for a game. Check it off the bucket list (but that doesn't mean I won't do it again). Rating - 8 of ...
... by a 3-4 hour shuttle bus ride to Pune. It will take me over 24 hours to arrive in Pune and along the way many connections must be made smoothly. It's easy to perseverate on the possibilities of missing those connections, but the bigger challenge is stepping into the unknown. So that's what I'm doing. Starting now. ...