What a view!

My view for a few hours and it has already been a long day.


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Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. Jon says:

    Anything good on the Kindle, Father?

    Enjoy the stay in Blighty, btw!

  2. Maltese says:

    I recently travelled on US between two extremely large men; I was buried in their sweaty arm-pits. That is a new kind of hell!

  3. marknelza says:

    I love it. Ear plugs to drown out everyone around you, the rosary and the Divine Office… Absolute bliss.

  4. Phil_NL says:

    Interesting, Marknelza. I tend to compare flying with the rack, if not some reflection of purgatory.

    I guess it matters a lot if you fit in the chair, can actually sleep with the noise (or focus on anything while awake, earplugs or not) and manage to eat an airplane meal without something ending up on your clothes.

    [if you guess these three consitions don’t apply to me, you guessed right]

    Take care Fr. Z., have a save and not too exhausting trip.

  5. Paul says:

    Bose noise cancelling headphones are the way to go while flying. Father Z perhaps they should be on your wishlist, if they are not already.

  6. benedetta says:

    Happy Trails, Fr. Z!

  7. acardnal says:

    What are you reading on the Kindle? General Class theory?

    Delayed gratification applies here. Just think of that nice pint of ale waiting for you at the end of your journey.

  8. wanda says:

    Prayer for your safe travels and for those 3 intentions.

  9. irishgirl says:

    Safe travels, Father Z! May Our Lady of Loreto (patroness of air travelers) see you safely to your destination…is it England?
    A little bit off topic: I got a postcard from my dear priest-friend in England (he was ordained thirty years ago TODAY by Blessed Pope John Paul II). He was really ‘stunned’ [his word] about my change of address [and all that went with it]. And then he said that he was here in the USA on ‘a very hastily-arranged trip’ [again, his words]! I won’t know the details until I get the rest of my mail tomorrow-I had it held at the post office from late April and all through May because I had no idea where my new address would be!
    But my friend was over here in the States, and I didn’t know it!

  10. Supertradmum says:

    enjoy the weather and the bunting….

  11. Maltese says:

    Yeah, Boise noise canceling, a few shots, and an aisle seat, in first class, preferably. That is the only–the only–way to travel these days, especially after you’ve been told to take your shoes off, your body probed, etc.!

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