MCO, for the groundlocked, is the FAA Airport Code for the airport in Orlando, Florida. The same broadband card that speaks to the Yagi antenna back home has found broadband-level connectivity in MCO’s Terminal A. It would therefore appear that I can work darn near anywhere. Pretty cool!
My bag is checked and I’m waiting for Alaska Airlines’ morning non-stop(!) flight to Seattle. I detest changing planes, so a surprisingly big part of this move for me was determining that there was a non-stop available back to the mothership. The timings aren’t the best (early morning/late evening departures), but avoiding hub airports in times of heavy weather or heavy traffic is, so far at least, a paramount goal in planning this travel.
Whoops.. pre-boarding has started. Time to stow the laptop and get onboard.
More from Redmond as the week progresses..