Bad Signs, Cont

Scissorhead Ming has us covered.

And while Ming isn’t going to Kansas City anytime soon, I’m leaving Montreal (sob! I love, Love, LOVE it here!) and heading to Vancouver for a couple of days, then back to Seattle.

Travel day tomorrow.

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7 Responses to Bad Signs, Cont

  1. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Did you hit Quebec City? The most beautiful European city in the world is in Canada.

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  2. Jim says:

    I was innocently traveling on United-I-Hate-You from Indonesia to LAX en route to DC on 9/11/01. We were awakened by the airline staff to what we thought was a view of the San Gabriel Mountains that were suddenly much greener than we expected and a much smaller Los Angeles. We were told absolutely nothing until we touched down and suddenly saw Canadian flags whipping past us on the landing strip, which seemed kind of odd BTW. And then we saw the huge number of jumbo jets sprawled all over not just the tarmac but even on the grassy areas where we ended up. Then we knew some serious shit must have happened. Finally, the captain got on the coms and told us what had happened as far as anyone knew (we landed about 6 am PST so disaster was in progress) and put CNN on the intercom . Anyway, I got to spend a week in Vancouver BC because of Al-Queda, which is a gorgeous, wonderful place and the Canadians were so cool. For three days my family had no idea where I was because of communications fail. Then, I spent a couple of days in gorgeous Seattle where my uncle George had long ago been the fire chief of the port district (not sure if that’s the right term). He lived in a nice neighborhood with with the lovely name of Queen Anne so unexpected things got done. Seattle is a beautiful city. I understand why there’s a housing crisis there.

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  3. Weird Dave says:

    Kansas City welcome 25 million visitors anally.

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

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  4. Torontonian says:

    Try to see Quebec City in the summer then come
    back to see it during the Winter Carnival in February!
    Have a look at the Old Town in Google photos.

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