now making the way south on 5th Avenue, to 14th East, down 3rd to Bowery, left on Delancy, over the Williamsburg Bridge, up 278 in fog, cutting over to the unnumbered Grand Central Expressway (seemingly hardly, hardly, potentially hardly) to the LaGuardia turnoff,
and down 94th to drop off the car -- a process not nearly as stressful as the pick-up, yet still with tension.
From here, the again-without-a-care-for-road-conditions shuttlebus to the
for the tardy plane,
yet still later in
complex taxi'ing patterns --
yet, yet, after the clouds lift briefly over the Finger Lakes and
we somehow make up time (and there is time begin The Harmonies of the World, Op. 209, after Johann Kepler, with III. The Universal Consonances of All Six Planets, Like Four-Part Counterpoint, Can Exist for Flute, Harp, Bells, and Cello), and even then
Denver, where the world already seems more comfortingly familiar, discounting the cold and snow (which are, admittedly, huge mark-ups).
Powering up everything at a handy waystation,
the way is soon clear to board once more (and, yes, people are actually using their phones as boarding passes -- to be definitely considered for next time),
car for an enlightening checkout, where the automatic kiosk actually gives breakthrough change...
then northeast through the enchanted lands of Santa Clara,
Great to be back with Harriet, catching up, including the typical daily compositional work: Double Piano Concerto: II (page 12) and The Decameron - Third Day: Novel V (10).
In the evening, off to join Carol and Kate, after Master Chorale rehearsal, at Carrows, returning again late for pdf of the day -- At a Photo Shop, 9.
Now at 962 MB (93.98%) of the 1024 MB... quite a cause for concern...