Drove to Little Rock, departing from home about mid-morning. Checked one bag, “marched” through TSA security, and waited for our boarding zone to be announced. The wait, combined with free airport Internet, provided an opportunity to download some reading material for the next 8 days.
Our flight to Houston was uneventful, as was the long flight from Houston to San Francisco, except for the constant, loud, and incessant chattering right behind me; oh well, better than a screaming baby or indignant adult! Kay’s bag was waiting on us at the baggage claim area, and we didn’t have to wait long for the shuttle to our hotel. Kay and Nan texted back and forth, and Nan and George dropped by for a brief visit before we called it a night.
P.S. With a new grandchild having arrived last October, and another on the way for scheduled arrival on August 3, we are opting to do a couple of “fly and drive” trips on our bucket list, and a few local RV trips this year. Kay’s sister, Nan, and her husband, George, invited us to join them on a trip to Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks, and San Francisco, California; we jumped at the chance as we wanted to spend time with them, and the area was on our bucket list.
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