Saying goodbye to Paris at this point was not a hard thing to do, I was tired and worn out from all of the stairs, my knees were barking at me with every step and I missed my wife! I was able to get help from the owner of the apartment to help me get my two carry-ons and my two pieces of luggage down the stairs and up to the curb to meet my driver for the ride to the Charles de Gaulle Airport. Without his help, I was left with only the thought of throwing everything out the 4th story window and going down the stairs and seeing what was salvageable to take home!
I was looking forward to the actual flight home because on the two trips in the past I had great views of Iceland, Greenland and the Hudson Bay out my window on those flights! With a little luck with the weather I might get a third chance to view these three land and water features.
CDG escalator, bumpy and fun!
Very unique to the Paris CDG airport, crossing escalators in glass tubes!
We have lift off!
Our first look at Iceland, camera in hand this trip!
Iceland from 35,000 feet!
Over ice covered Iceland!
More Iceland from 7 miles up!
These Iceland shots were taken with my iPhone 4!
Hello Greenland’s West Coast, too cloudy until now to see any land mass!
Greenland now with a Canon point and shoot camera with a fifty times zoom lens! #1
Greenland now with a Canon point and shoot camera with a fifty times zoom lens! #2
Greenland now with a Canon point and shoot camera with a fifty times zoom lens! #3
Greenland now with a Canon point and shoot camera with a fifty times zoom lens! #4
Greenland now with a Canon point and shoot camera with a fifty times zoom lens! #5
Greenland now with a Canon point and shoot camera with a fifty times zoom lens! #6
Hudson Bay under ice!
Hudson Bay ice flow!
Welcome to California, a view of Mt. Shasta rising above the clouds!
Point Reyes and and the Pacific Ocean with SFO just minutes away!
Lois and I wish all of you a wonderful life with many adventures and safe travels! Well in real time, it is now the end of May, 30 days since I left Paris and my wife and I cannot wait to go back to the City of Lights! It will be two or three years from now, but we will get back, heck we only did one day trip completely and we have 17 more to do! And we are no way done posting to this blog as we have to process the 29, 685 images we took plus the seven plus hours of video to go through and post some videos of fun and entertainment! There is scheduled at this time, a reception to be held at Mug Shots in Downtown Oroville on July 9, a Wednesday night from 5-7pm to showcase new Paris photos that will be hung on Mug Shots’ walls for the whole month of July 2014. More posts will be made as we get closer to that date! Thank you all very much for taking your time to look at and read our blog, it has been a fun and challenging experience for us and we appreciate your support! As they say, watch this spot!