11 Responses to “…the end of my trip”

  1. JenB June 8, 2009 at 11:16 AM #

    That’s the kind of luck I have when I travel. And in life in general.

    Maybe if two cursed travelers travel together, good things happen. Two negatives equal a positive. Maybe?

    Ok, probably not.

  2. Netti June 8, 2009 at 12:13 PM #

    Ummm, yeah, I think I’ll pass on traveling with you… but glad you made it home safe 😉

  3. Keri Stevens June 8, 2009 at 12:53 PM #

    I take back last night’s last tweet: You would have been better off sitting in CVG.

  4. joyroett June 8, 2009 at 12:55 PM #

    No freakin’ way!! How can all of that happen to one person?!

    I’m sorry it happened to you but I still can’t stop laughing 😀

  5. ev June 8, 2009 at 12:58 PM #

    Really, you do need to compare travel disasters with Carly Phillips. It would be highly amusing.

  6. Kristen June 8, 2009 at 2:28 PM #

    I’m afraid to travel with you.

  7. Heather June 9, 2009 at 4:04 AM #

    yep still laughing – i organise travel for an engineering consulting firm and i can get staff from Australia to Afghanistan with less adventure than you in the good old USA.

    Though i must say with our staff working in many countries ending in ‘stan (Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kazikstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan etc) i don’t really want them to have adventures

    Glad you made it home safe

  8. Rosie June 9, 2009 at 8:26 AM #

    One simple post reminds me of all the reasons I don’t like travel. Hope your bad travel karma is over now and your trip to RWA will be a breeze.

  9. Jen June 9, 2009 at 9:51 AM #

    Wow, my sympathies! Nice to know someone has worse luck than me though, lol.

    Of course 9 out of 10 flights I get pulled out of the line and patted down in front of the other passengers (and trust me, because this happens with such regularity I follow all the luggage regulations to a “t” but it still doesn’t help). Apparently I’m quite scary looking.

    Mortifying!

  10. D. D. Tannenbaum June 9, 2009 at 2:15 PM #

    My biggest issue for air travel are the medical devices I have implanted. They always set off the detectors so I always get a pat down. I started dressing in gym shorts, beach tees and sandals when ever I fly. One day, I gave my wife all of my stuff, including my wallet, and went over for a pat down. They asked me for my ID and I told them my wife had it. I pointed to her (she had already passed through the detectors and but the entrance to the boarding area. The security guard walked over to her and pointed me out. She had an evil grin on her face and I could read her lips as she told the guy “I’ve never seen that guy before in my life.” The guard motioned to his partner to bring me over. He wasn’t real gentle about it either! When we got there, my wife told them she was only joking.

    I actually stopped flying shortly thereafter. Now I take either drive or take the train everywhere I go. When we moved form Connecticut to Texas, we came by train. It’s a lot of fun!

  11. Penny June 11, 2009 at 12:36 PM #

    You and Marc apparently are having the same travel mojo right now.
    In future if you have a late arrival like that again, call me, it takes me 5 mins to get to the airport, you can crash here.

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