Americas Best Value Inn Livonia/Detroit
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12F when we awoke can't imagine what 75F even feels like any more. Packed up the car and headed to the airport with our car and house sitter Miss Elizabeth in tow. Our flight was delayed slightly by de-icing however we were soon in the air and heading to warmer climates. Checked in at the hotel (bags all arrived!) ...
This entry covers our bumpy start. Skip it unless you want to know how I connected tornado warnings to Dubai......yes, that Dubai.
As we entered the jet for our flight to Atlanta where we'd connect to Johannesburg, South Africa, Dave received a text...."tornado warnings in the metro Detroit area". We still boarded and sat in our seats ...
We are having a great time visiting with my cousin and her husband, Sue and Richard Francis. We arrived yesterday and parked our rolling motel in their front yard. What accommodations!!! Today we had lunch with Richard's family who all live in the Detroit area. It was his sister Mary's birthday. We had a wonderful time with gracious people. Then Sue chauffeured us ...
So after customs, baggage checks, and multiple delays, it would have been faster to drive to Detroit. When we stepped out of our tiny plane to get on our new one, we knew we had to be ready for the 14hr flight ahead of us. To get from wing C where we landed to wing A, we had to walk through a tunnel underneath the runway. The walls in the tunnel were lined with moving sidewalks and the walls looked like the inside of an ...
... with the assistance of some other EZ pilots.
Right as we were about to start engines and taxi out, who should walk up but Henry Herbert, a long-time Long-EZ builder from Everett? We visited for a while, then got on our way.
We finally taxied out, following the long series of volunteer flagmen who directed us to the runway.
As soon as we got airborne, I remembered why ...