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Back in Baltimore

I just got back from Tennessee, we are half an hour from midnight, and I am posting only to post! Oh well. If I had been forward-thinking like many of my Slow Trav blogger colleagues, I would have lined up something before I left, but I am keeping it real time... I did write a long piece on the plane but I want to post that tomorrow with photos.

This was my first time flying with Southwest and I guess I was pretty happy, except that on my outbound flight I had a middle seat, which for a claustrophobe like me is not my favorite thing. And I wonder if they really save time by doing the boarding without assigned seats? I guess they do since they continue doing it. And bonus: I met some Italians in the boarding area that I chatted with while waiting for the flight.

Just a little taste of my mini-trip report: Me swinging in Sewanee on the campus of the University of the South, a gorgeous place.

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Comments (3)

Kim:

cute shot!

Anne:

I love to swing - gives me such a rush of childish abandon. Glad to see you're putting some leg into it and not just gently swaying!

I love swinging too! I always have. And this one was great because it had really long ropes so I could do some serious swinging. (When I was in daycare/preschool, I remember swinging for hours at a time, while singing the Norwegian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1981.)

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