Hello dreamy evening sky over Europe
Well, these shots are from my short flight to Switzerland a year ago, as evidenced by the Swiss cross.
BUT . . . as SkyWatch Friday opens next week I will be winging my way to Australia!
It is time to meet (for the first time) my one-year-old grandson and to see how much his five-year-old brother has grown. The boys will be on summer vacation and free to have lots of fun with Savta Dina for six weeks.
I have to be at Ben-Gurion Airport at 3:00 a.m. Christmas morning (Thursday), flying at 6:00. Tel Aviv to Madrid. Change planes. Fly to London, wait 6 hours at Heathrow, and only then start the flight back east, over Europe again, this time in the direction of Sydney, with a short stop in Bangkok. Landing in Australia on Saturday morning. From the first take-off to the last landing: 39 hours. zzzzzzzzzz...
Obviously, I will be out of blogging range for a few days. So to all who celebrate it, merry Christmas to you! If my jet passes Santa's sleigh and reindeer in the sky, you will hear about it.
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