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Discussion in 'Delta | SkyMiles' started by ande777emt, Feb 4, 2011.
The fake moustache made out of eye black was epic.
Going the other direction from where we met for dinner a year ago November.
I once lived in NY, but eventually adjusted to Boston sports teams. I know one guy that graduated from my high school last year who once lived in NY. He still loves the Yankees and loves every other Boston team.
Every day is a nice day in Florida.
Anyway due to family circumstances I ended up spending the night in coral springs. Now at FLL waiting for TSA to open up.
Hello from Runnymeade!
DL 40 landing at LHR.
and, they removed the Woodford Reserve from the EMC level bar at Fenway.
Something else to loathe.
Perhaps, it will reappear this year.....
This is going to be such an interesting trip report.
In flight on N675DL to BOS. Should be getting in early. Plan is already in place to harass and laugh at co-workers during the middle of lunch/mid-afternoon. 1:30pm-3pm on Sundays is not enjoyable.
No, it's not.
You will be more than welcome to have that opinion when it is published.
Living in Upstate (or at least any place north of where I-84 runs) is like living in a whole different state. New York is south of I-84, Upstate is north - they are two completely different places. That's why all the quacks get sent up to Albany.
There is a reason I don't bother with writing trip reports anymore...domestic flights are so blasé that they all blend together and it saves me a ton of time that is used much more wisely.
Good day from New York!
i don't really understand trip reports. Unless the pilots all passed out and they came back and asked you to fly the 747 from NYC to London or you happened to climb up Denali are they ever really that interesting? I guess if you go to the cockpit and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar happens to be flying while wearing laker's shorts then I'm interested. I'm kinda new to the travel blog/forum game though so maybe it's something people did more back in the day.
Yeah, I lived in the Albany area and it was quite boring there. I admit I do enjoy the Adirondacks for a long weekend.
Back home, and I drove home from the airport. That was an adventure. I have some things to do as well...gotta love coming back from vacation.
I enjoy reading some of the ones that deal with exotic airlines that I've never heard of, or ones that focus primarily on long-haul international premium journeys. Both wandering aramean and Lucky and Gary Leff all do a tremendous job with their trip reports on their blogs - cutting out the domestic segments (unless something remarkable happened) and focusing on the good parts that are fun to read.
A domestic East Coast trip in coach though? It just sounds mundane.
Do you even remember all of the details of such a flight even as soon as ten minutes after you deboard? Could you even write a comprehensive report of your last humdrm domestic segment right this moment without some real effort, if at all?
Hey, everybody was a teen once.
The good part of the last 24 hours: got accepted into Embry Riddle in Daytona.
One of the last ones I did was for my KBL-FRA trip on Safi.... DEFINITELY different!
I'm 20 minutes off of my CUN-ATL flight and don't remember pretty much anything about it. Bland, boring and forgettable.
I would imagine a heavy frequent flyer would feel that way. I just have a good memory.
The only really interesting flight that I have been on were to such places as HRE, LAD, FIH; as well as FDF, PTP, and CAY.
My most memorable was in '68 on my way to USMC boot camp at Parris Island. We were aboard a Convair and the port engine caught fire.
However, a carrier landing in a Grumman C-2 was always memorable.
I believe I do that when I write a letter to 2 different carriers--especially recalling the highlights of expired food, broken IFE, etc...
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Had a port engine on a TW/AA Super 80 go up on a flight between STL and DEN (became STL-MCI). While there have been an aborted takeoff and two diversions, the diversion that started with two attempts at landing is clear as day. A simple MSP-ATL resulted in circling NW of ATL before heading out to AGS at quite a low altitude for fuel.