Poor little Gypsy, our travel cat, was not to be left home. We purchased a soft cat carrier. It was designed to fit under the seats like a carry-on bag. We put it opened on the floor a few days before we left so she would get comfortable with it. She did. She even slept in it at times. We drove the truck to San Diego and left it in her sister's care as we got a ride to the airport. Gypsy did really well on the flight.
We flew Frontier Airlines. Cut rate, but the flight out wasn't too bad. The plane had video screens on the back of each seat and you could pull up many TV stations or movies to watch. It also had a section for kids that showed a map of the land below us and where we were. It was cool looking out the window and having the screen tell us what we were looking at.
Then we land in Minneapolis. Mama!!! it was cold. nasty, snow, tired, etc. etc. A couple of kids with us, Eliza and Brett. We stopped at a noodle place for a bite and then took the long drive across Minnesota to Moorhead, across the river from Fargo. For being nighttime, it was typically light. This is normal, when there are a few street lights, and the snow, overcast, and ice crystals in the air spread the light everywhere. It's beautiful, but cold.
Did I mention it was cold???
Time to snuggle in, get ready for Corbin's birthday, Christmas, and New Years.
Nothing but family and grandkids could have gotten us to forsake our warm camper for a place where the air hurts your face. Soon, we would go to our house and get her Jeep so we would have a car to drive of our own.
|Gypsy's first flight.|
|Arizona, or Colorado, or....|
|The view after leaving the airport|
|Someone is not happy|
|The next morning|