Yesterday, on the flight from Cleveland to Milwaukee, I had a window seat and was fortunate there were not a lot of clouds so got to look out, something I'd rather do than read. Love looking at the ground from way up in the air.
Flew along the south shore of Lake Erie and saw the Davis Besse nuclear reactor and just had to think about what is going on in Japan now. Didn't see South Bass Island or Put-in-Bay, something I was looking for. We've got to get back there sometime.
Looked out the other window and saw Detroit, the Windsor Strait and Lake Huron off in the distance. Then, it was flying over Michigan's Lower Peninsula and my third great lake of the day, Lake Michigan.
Passed over what probably was Muskegon, with a river flowing through it and a small lake by the big lake with what appeared to be about three ice floes.
No ice on Lake Michigan or any of the others. As we came into Milwaukee, I could see that there was still small patches of snow in spots.
I Like Looking Out Plane Windows. --RoadDog
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