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cincy, I'd be more likely to stop by on the return leg, if it were a funeral trip. These things tend to come up unexpectedly and don't leave much free time beforehand.

I'm probably trying to make up for my profligate past, when I would travel several weeks or months every year. Now I don't feel the need -- most everything I want is nearby -- and I can always think of better ways to use funds.

Also, my children fly around the world, and this includes coming to see me. So averaging all our travel miles, keeping mine low is a better deal for the planet. My kids are pretty tough, so they'll probably do OK in a changed environment. Not so sure about the grandkids, circa 2060.

The polar ice cap is now half gone, from when I was a kid. All that ice very effectively deflected summer sunlight; and now the energy goes right into the Arctic Ocean. The worst scenarios are starting to look like the most likely.

But we should enjoy life, at the same time doing less to make it worse for others.

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Only if I'm 30 miles or less from his route. ;-)

Naw, I appreciate WNC's fierce adherence to his strong principles. He is never shy about that and it is a pretty cool trait.

I'm sorry to say, WNC, that I try to be mindful of the environment but my carbon footprint would not be a turn-on for you.

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Well don't you just feel special now Cincy. He will work you in on his way to a funeral. At least he will be dressed nicely.

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I'm looking forward to the day when one can step into a capsule that shoots you through a tube, like at the drive-thru bank transactions; but cross-country.

Cincy, as lovely and nice and smart as you are, I would not drive to Ohio just to see you, no matter what you offered. Reason being: I have to go to Indiana/Michigan for weddings and funerals, so I'd just hope to work you in. You're right on the way.

Bridge, solar powered personal aircraft ought to be a sure thing; but you might have to adopt the vulture's trick of starting your flight in mid-morning, to take advantage of thermal updraft; and go where the prevailing wind goes, when possible.

We don't like driving 30 miles when the chance of 4-way chemistry is optimistically 10 to 20%. But we'd go 30 miles out of our way, on a 500-mile trip.

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I'd like a private jet, but I'd like it to be solar powered.

Getting back on-topic.... "Baby I'd drive all night, just to buy you some shoe and to taste your tender charms..."

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WNC has a carbon footprint fetish.

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Thanks NC. Now, my aspirations to be filthy rich have gone out the window! I'll just have to settle for having a filthy mind instead. ...Big stretch.

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If everyone had a private jet, Antarctica would be ice free in just a few years.

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We'll take road trips here and there, but prefer flying. Ah, that's one of our dreams to have our own private jet and pilot. We love to travel. If we're traveling near an sls member, we will try to get in touch. Doesn't always work out when visiting family (sorry again about that, Scandle), but we have no qualms about including play into our travel plans. I don't think we've ever traveled further than 170 miles TO play specifically though.

Everything in Texas is a drive. There is a casino along the border that we enjoy and it's advertised in SA as "just a short drive." It' takes 2 and 1/4 hours to get there. Short drive indeed.

We'll be in Tunica on September 23rd for the night. Might be nice to meet some area sls'ers. And by then I'll need some laughs.

New Orleans is in the plannings for next year, at least, if not working it into this fall, but we've traveled so much already, that 2013 might be better. And it might be dry there by then.

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Holly, where did you think the "5" in my 5-10 hours comment came from? ;-)

BT...AKA Sir Flirts-a-lot

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