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RE: Just a test

Glad you had an easy time thru the airports Theresa.... 

Sounds like a wonderful trip... got pictures to share?


> Well- having just flown  from CA to Boston, to London and back, I
> didn't think it was all that bad.  We checked in 2 hours early for the
> international flights, but it only took an hour.  There were random
> secondary security checks, but I thought that was a good idea myself.
> Everything kept moving.  They also realize that you can't kill someone
> with a nail file, so those and nail clippers are permitted in carry-on
> baggage again.  It was interesting in London and Edinburgh train
> stations though- No trash bins.  This is due to security and the risk
> bomb threats.  Of note, the stations were VERY clean.  No loose trash
> sight (I doubt that this would be true in the US).  Anyway- my
> was fabulous.  Scotland and simply stunning!  If I were independently
> wealthy, I'd move tomorrow to one of the Hebrides islands off the west
> coast of Scotland.
> Theresa

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