Part A of flight A+B

So far the missing pen is the only mishap.
The ride is very rough on this little Canadian made jet. The wind is going to be blustery when I arrive in Norfolk gusting to 50. Luckily today’s agenda only includes a pig roast and no sailing.
I have to admit that air travel makes me crazy. I have to be early and at the front of the line or I start pinging. Booze helps but was not available early this morning.
I helped an older gentleman travelling alone who had trouble with his customs declaration. He put a lot of faith in me as I could have easily filled out the declaration leading to him being led away in handcuffs. In actual fact I did his form properly and missed the date on mine.
I have to tell you that I love my wife dearly and appreciate her support of this voyage and BVI visit. She is still working while I am retired. She is in the north and I am not. Thanks bob.
Arrived after very bumpy flight. Now have three hours on ground here at Reagan. Must find food.

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Just got down in time. Nasty squall line about to pass over airport. Great $8 breakfast sandwich. Bad coffee. About to rain like a bastard.

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