Looking down at panhandle country

Sometimes the views are just amazing from the air. These are from somewhere over the panhandle of Texas or Oklahoma, I believe, based on our flight path.

Looking down on the plains
Looking down on the plains
Looking down on the plains

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In other news, I’ve now completed 8/15 flights for the week and am sitting happily in BWI watching them plow snow off the runways. They’ve done a helluva job keeping the airport running smoothly here today. My inbound flight was only ~15 minutes late and the return back to Houston looks to be about the same. Not too bad considering the amount of snow they’ve had.

I’ve been inside security for ~42 hours straight at this point. I’ve managed to shower a couple times at the Presidents Club in Houston and stay well fed and imbibed thanks to the folks at Continental and a couple sandwiches I bought here in Baltimore. I’ve even managed to get a little bit of work done thanks to WiFi connectivity. Not too bad a way to spend a few days, though I am looking forward to eventually sleeping in a bed again at some point.

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Seth Miller

I'm Seth, also known as the Wandering Aramean. I was bit by the travel bug 30 years ago and there's no sign of a cure. I fly ~200,000 miles annually; these are my stories. You can connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

One Comment

  1. I can just see it now once the lay flat beds are installed, you’re never going to get off the plane.


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