After being dropped off by Capt. Bob O'Hara, we did the FM3/Immigration Cha-Cha this morning, a side effect of having our renewable visas as semi-permanent residents. It took longer than usual, but we made it to the gate with plenty of time to pay some airport prices for a quick lunch.
Our trip today will take us eventually to Sacramento where we will be staying with Dr. Pam and Steve for two weeks at their great house on 46th Street - the same place where we spent the fall and our last semester teaching.
No swimming in their salt water pool now, I'm sure... but we got plenty of swimming in during the last few weeks while staying at Bahia del Sol, a condo within walking distance of Paradise Village. The best part, perhaps, is that we were able to walk on the beach every day and visit with Sasha Fox.
Sacramento means visiting with daughter Anne and granddaughters Samantha and Kamryn, too.
We had plenty of fun with granddaughter Sasha the past two weeks - even as late as yesterday when Grandma Sylvia did some art projects.
I am hearing that John Denver song in my head (made famous by Peter, Paul and Mary) so it must be time to head to the gate.
'All my bags are packed, I'm ready to go...'
More from the friendly skies, later.
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