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Home again, home again...

I had an uneventful trip home from Denver Friday, the only remarkable thing being the half-full flight...again. Has air travel declined lately, or is AirTran having problems? This might explain why they got the Atlanta-Denver gov't contract...except they had it last year too, when all flights tended to be packed.

I note that Concourse C in Denver is becoming a much more pleasant place. The construction zone in the middle I think must be for a moving sidewalk (anyone know? my google-fu has been unequal to the task of finding out), but already there are a number of new eating options. I think I can quit stopping on Concourse B to buy my sandwich to carry on. Oh, and they've added free wifi--not real fast, and you have to watch a 30 second commercial, but good enough. I wish Atlanta would follow suit.

After getting home, I did nothing for >24 hours in my usual post-trip fog. Sunday was a little more active, with laundry chores, a little exercise (my Jazzercise DVD), going to the Georgia Tech women's basketball game with the folks next door, and then sort-of watching the Super Bowl (first time in years!) while cataloging a shelf or so of books in Readerware. After I've done another shelf or so it will be time to do another export/import into LibraryThing. Stayed with the game through the exciting ending, and thus went the weekend.



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Feb. 5th, 2008 01:52 pm (UTC)
Well, my flight from Denver to Charlotte on Thursday was 100% full. I mean that literally: there were no empty seats anywhere, including first class. I wound up having to check my suitcase because all the overhead bins were full by the time I got on. This was on USAir, though, so I'm not sure how much of a data point it is...
Feb. 10th, 2008 10:14 pm (UTC)
How're you liking the LibraryThing? mbernardi gave me a scanner, & I've put in a few titles, but nothing lately.
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