>Sacramento

>So… Three days in the office and I’m back out in the world headed to Sacramento. Back out in the world, meaning back in an airport waiting area. Wait, wait, wait… If you know me very well, you know that I don’t like to wait. That’s about all I’ve been doing for the past 24 (to go onto 36) hours.

The view out the windows at the Sacramento airport is non-existent due to the smoke from the wildfires. This is an unusual experience. Very unusual. And, it’s even more unusual that United booked me on a flight from O’Hare to Indianapolis with a 30 minute layover. With luck (any luck), the gates will be near each other. With a little less luck, but still luck, there will be a cart waiting for me to get to the next gate. Whee! 🙂

So, that’s what I’m up to. Waiting and waiting… Waiting some more.

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3 responses to “>Sacramento

  1. >If your gates at o’hare are even removely close together, the stars are indeed shining on you.Justmeagain!

  2. >Are there gates at O’hare that are close together? I usually look ( vaguely ) like OJ Simpson scurrying through …or maybe a hobbit.Jim

  3. >One of the cool things about the Sacto airport is that it’s pretty new. That and free wi-fi. Safe travels, it sound like you’ve got a lot going on!!!

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