Small Plane, Big Views

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Bird’s eye view ❤

This Tuesday sure felt like a Monday.  After an extra long weekend away from the office (read: five weeks), ’twas a nice change to be back doing work at my research center desk rather than remotely.  Stayed at the office late then drove home after traffic died down.  Wish I had a airplane to commute with though haha.  I think it would literally be a five minute flight.  I had the pleasure of flying back from Priest Lake to Coeur d’Alene last week.  It was the smallest plane I’ve ever flown in, almost felt like flying in a car.  The views of the lake in the early morning were epic and the best way to wake up quick.  A smooth twenty minutes of air time (with a sweet headset!) and I was back in town and in work mode before 8AM.  So cool though, we took off a grassy runway that was just a big field!  Much different than the usual big commercial planes I fly in, I loved it.  One of the coolest places to sip your morning coffee that’s for sure.  Teak the dog was loving it in the back seat, as well.  Kind of makes me want to learn how to do it myself one day!  I’ll add it to the list of the many things I want to accomplish haha.  Alright, time to make a cup of tea and relax a bit before bed.  Back to the office tomorrow!  Ciao babeskillets, Tita xx

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