Well, if our trip had gone as planned, we'd have landed in Newark about an hour ago. Trip would have been over, a wonderful memory, but done. So, in as much as it was a disappointment not to go when planned, now we still have it ahead of us. Glass half full now ! Looking forward to September and hoping for quiet volcanos.
The ash is back. Dublin Airport has just closed until midnight. Irish and Scottish airspace only are affected at the moment.
To think that fun is simple fun, while earnest things are earnest, proves all too plain that neither one thou truthfully discernest.
From what I understand the cloud will be over the states in about 45 days or so, but it hasn't seemed to effect our airspace.
Without fear you cannot find courage
Flying to Norway tomorrow... hoping things work out.
I was just curious. The media in the US is always in a state of "this is the worst thing ever". So, I was wondering if there was any rational information about the health effects of the ash cloud yet. Even if we do see it in the US, I doubt it will be as dense as it was over Europe. I was wondering if those of you in Europe were suffering any health issues - shall I panic for your well being?
I will admit, though, that if the volcano starts spewing in September, I will get very !
News in english about the activity in that area.
Tessa and Scott: Thank you