It is currently 210am. I’m not sure if I am still in Mountain Time, or if we’ve slipped over to Central Time. The planes no longer have screens in the back of the seat in front of you to indicate where you are, speed, altitude and what not.
They have a new service called WestJet Connect. You switch your device to Airplane Mode then turn wireless on and you can connect. I’ve connected but haven’t launched the all as yet.
We were given our small plastic cup of your beverage of choice and a package of chocolate cookie sticks. I am so old now that I do remember when you used to get a meal on the plane, included. Not any more… You can get food, if you are willing to pay sort of unreasonable prices.
We should land in about 2 hours or slightly less. Based on that, I’d presume we are in Central Time by now. The flight has been uneventful. There was some brief turbulence but nothing out of the ordinary.
I’ve noted something I don’t like about the aisle seat, people going up and down continually bump into you. In general, I don’t care for the populous, I like people, or most people anyway, once I get to know them. Others, generally, suck.
The baby behind me has fallen asleep, I presume. It is quiet anyway. I also have ear buds in, so, if it is making any noises, I don’t hear it.
Sleep eludes me, as I figured it would. It is very hard getting comfortable sitting up. The dude beside me can’t seem to keep still, that’s awesome. Now he’s asked me to get by, perhaps that’ll keep him still, one can hope.
All in all, it isn’t as bad as I’m making it sound here. I don’t really care for flying. I’m not afraid to fly, I just don’t like being cooped up for hours. I suppose it is better than (403) 990-5412, for this distance anyway.
Well, less than two hours to go. Not sure when this will be posted. Shortly after I land, I guess, after I’ve reconnected.