Coming Back To LA…

It’s been a long day flying back to LA from Virginia (actually Washington/Dulles)- The flight for Denver was scheduled for 5 am which meant that I had to be at the airport sometime between 3 and 4 am (which in turn meant that I had to actually wake up around 2 am). Dulles Airport is huge, now imagine it with almost zero people. Weird. After enduring the usual TSA protocols and waiting, I was finally aboard and headed west to Denver. Since the plane was mercifully empty, I was actually able to get comfortable and catch up on some sleep during the 3 1/2 hour flight.

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Denver was COLD and rainy- fortunately, I didn’t have to go outside but I could feel the cold plenty as I exited the plane. It’s been awhile, to say the least- I’ve been dealing with temperatures in the 90s and 100s for so long that I forgot what anything else is like. 🙂

Heading southwest out of the Denver towards Burbank, the weather improved a bit and the sun came out…

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And then for a short hop over the Rockies…

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And finally landing at Hollywood-Burbank (aka Bob Hope) Airport where I’d started from some four days before…

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And what was the fashion of the day, you might ask? Jeans, T-shirt, and overshirt. Yeah, nothing fancy and meant solely for practicality. Unfortunately, the nature of modern day air travel doesn’t really allow for anything else…certainly not this…

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And as for meals, it’s not this…

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But this… 🙂

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But we make things work as elegantly as possible and that’s our motto here at Lily Absinthe! 🙂

 

 

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