Hitching Post Motel
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Packing has been an arduous process but after double/triple checking ...
Uneventful flight, really.
I just fell asleep right after we took off.
I woke up just minutes before we landed.
That enabled me to take some pictures proving this was definitely not San Diego... nor Brazil for that matter.
I got off the plane and headed right out of the airport for a smoke. And two. And three. Then back inside, security, lunch (last burger !), coffee, and off I am on my next flight.
This next ...
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