Having been advised by City Cab to plan for an ice storm, and act accordingly, I arrived at the Portland, Oregon International Airport with plenty of time to check my bags and go through security. I was six hours early. Too early it seems because I couldn’t even check my bags. Fortunately, I asked for and was placed on the very next flight, and away I flew. My first leg: Portland, Oregon to San Francisco, California. At my sister’s suggestion, I flew business class. Paulee said, “You can hang out in the VIP lounge of the airport terminals where you will…
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