Nothing but Net

The news predicted a nasty storm. I lumbered around the house packing my suitcase and imagined people scurrying to the market before the snow hit. Stockton and I left on time for the airport. When we parked, the garage rates seemed fair when it meant upon return, there would be no need to shovel out…

Flight Plan

Many of us traveled for the winter holidays. Tickets. Baggage. Schedules. It’s a lot to remember. Planning ahead makes me feel safer and more comfortable en route. Stockton and I don’t have kids, so the worst case scenario (Kevin!) won’t be happening the next time we travel. Instead, I’ll be packing spirit-lifters for cruising altitude….

Down by the Sea

It’s a holiday weekend here in the US. People are going places. You might be going places. Have you ever thought about why you go to the places you travel to on holiday? I listened recently to a podcast interview (shocking, me listening to a podcast!) with Trevor Cox about choosing a destination for a…

Tomato Tastes Better at High Altitude

A greater energy surrounds us as sliding glass doors part. We enter a zone of industry. Windows flank the exterior wall and allow natural light to flood the massive airport atrium. Taxis and shuttle buses accelerate outside, their noise loud then soft as the doors continue to open and close. We’re squeezing in one more…