Howdy from lovely Newark Airport, where I will be spending the next 5 plus hours.
Yesterday was a good last day in the USA (till August, that is). I cooked, finished watching season 2 of Merlin on Netflix, did some yard work, and then when David went home, we went to see Green Lantern. Better than I expected – and for $4 a ticket, it was a nice vacation for my brain. It had a lot of loopholes and such, but I wasn’t expecting a masterpiece anyway.
After that we went to GreekFest for dinner. The food was awesome, and we got an interesting tour of the Greek Orthodox church.
Then home for final packing adjustments and to bed. 3:10 am came very quickly, and after a shower we were off to the airport. I could hae slept a little longer since the place was a ghost town – see for yourself:
Notice how many people were there when I got there. I waited about 15 minutes before anyone actually came to work at the ticket counter (of course all the shops were closed), and after a 3 minute check in process, I went to the gate, and this is what I saw:
I found out that the TSA folk don’t show up untill 5, so I had more waiting time, more practice for my time at Newark I suppose.