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Back on land


After a fabulous two and half hours in the air we came back to land.

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  1. Is that the airport hangar?
    I am SUPREMELY JEALOUS of your trip.
    It looks absolutely fabulous.

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  2. An amazing photo! Such a fabulous experience - how do you get back to 'normal' after that??

    Happy travels!

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  3. Letty, more like a dunny without a house to go with it. I don't know what it is but thinks it makes a cool photo.

    Red, normal has a way of returning just as soon as one goes back work. I'm enjoying the opportunity to relive at least a little of the trip as the blog unfolds.

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  4. WOW. Love this view. The lone building. The footprints? in the dirt.

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  5. Renee, would not see footprints this high up in the air, it is clumps of grass.

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  6. The photo is great. A dunny, ha! Yes, it is cool.

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