10 August 2009

10,000 miles up

Just a short note from 10,000 miles up. I am on a Delta flight somewhere above Oklahoma. Delta is offering Wi-Fi on board now once the aircraft has reached a certain altitude. It is usually rather expensive, (according to the card that a nice man handed me before we came on board, $12.95 "or less" per flight. Ouch) However the card entitles me to one free trial so that is what I am doing. There was some sort of problem for the first half of the flight and I was not able to get on line. Frustrating, however, I tried again later and it is flying. (OK, I admit that was close to being a very bad pun, can't help it, I am in a great mood).
I will keep you all posted. I do have a photo of my Sweet Hubby at the airport and one of this aircraft from the outside to show you, but my camera is out of reach. (Shocking isn't it) It is only about 10 feet away, but the seat belt is on and that is that.
In the mean time, I have a few more people I want to send a note to from way up here. Stay tuned and I will let you know what, where and why.


  1. Now that is amazing!!!thank you for your lovely comment on my blog. It is quite amazing how something that started out such a simple idea can have such an effect on our lives. heres to happy blogging!

  2. Just been catching up on what you've been up to whilst I've been on my holidays.
    The trip to Asheville sounds like fun. I remember a holiday which we took when my daughter was tiny, they had living statues and my daughter was fascinated by them. She would stand for ages waiting for them to move.
    I'm intrigued to know where you're flying to. Keep us updated!


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