"We are the protagonists of our stories called life, and there is no limit to how high we can fly."
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Nice photos.....they make me wanna FLY...ReplyDelete
Me too. :)Delete
Awesome shots! Thanks for sharing! After having witnessed a space shuttle launch, Discovery lifting off from Titusville, FL, I have become a lot more interested in the space shuttle program. (sad now that it is over) I think a visit to Intrepid Sea, Air and Space museum is a must for November, don't you think? They now have the space shuttle Enterprise on display too!ReplyDelete
I think we should definitely put that on our to-do list! So sad the program is shut down for sure. :(Delete
I love these photos, Karlene. LAX at its best! I really want to go back to LAX, however, I have a feeling my next west coast visit will be Seattle and Vancouver. I am due for another 777 ride. And no better way than with Cathay on the -300ER. I want to say that October 4th was Bill and Kat's anniversary and/or the date he safely water landed the 757. One of those moments where I should flat out know the answer but I am shamefully guessing...ReplyDelete
Lol... Good guess! It was one of those. ;) Yes... Seattle visit for sure!Delete