I’m Going Home, bye, bye…..

Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home

England is my home

By 07:00 Pacific Standard Time on Monday, I should be in the air, somewhere between John Wayne Airport in Orange County, and Dallas, Fort Worth in Texas. After a 3 hours or so layover in DFW, I fly to London Heathrow, then on to Newcastle upon Tyne, and then eventually back to my garret at sometime after 13:00 hrs on Monday 20th Greenwich Mean Time.

A long and convoluted journey ~ around 18 hours in the air, 6 hours or so of layovers, and an 8 hour time change along the way.  The North of England to Orange County, CA, USA, and back again, is not a trip for the faint-hearted.

California is cool.  And who knows?  If some things change, and some things work out, I may even go back there someday.

Some say that travel and adventure is what keeps a man alive.  And that meeting new people with new things to say broadens the mind and sharpens the intellect.  All I know is that I happen to like California a hell of a lot, but maybe a few Californians not so much.

~

Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

Old Glory on Balboa Island CA

16 responses

  1. You MUST explore some of the other extraordinary areas our country has to offer.😊

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    1. Just name the time and place ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. Anytime and there are SO MANY places. It’s a BIG and BEAUTIFUL country.

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  2. Have a nice and wonderful journey

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    1. Home safe and exhausted ❤

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  3. Bon voyage 💕😊

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      1. Remember to show us the snowy Scotland scenes.💕

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  4. Glad you had a nice visit to Cali. Everyone should get to see it at least once.

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      1. Me too. Haven’t been in a few years, but I used to go to San Diego. Beautiful place!

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  5. Have a nice trip Mr JC7 xx

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    1. Thank you Sweetheart 💖

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