Sunday, August 19, 2007

Remarkably Mark #94

Remarkably Mark #94: Flying High

An update on Chef Mark's travels, from high in the air on an American Airlines flight from Guadalajara to Dallas, then a story of irrationality and drama upon my return.

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At 1:50 PM, Anonymous Archerr said...

wow...almost like a regular show. The plane noise wasn't bad at all.

Sounds like you've been very busy!

The passport story was great...I was actually worried there until I heard the end. Glad you found it.

At 11:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guess who can finally (finally!) tune in with a computer upgrade! It's the muh-thuh (which muh-thuh?).

Good to hear you again, sweetie! I'll be in touch on my end, too.


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At 10:30 PM, Blogger Dave said...

Hay mark I love Guadalajara, and think it would be a great retirement spot....That is quite a ways off though! I left my passport in a pub in Farnborough, UK one time and went though hell getting it back so I know the feeling when I think I have misplaced it.....


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