Jonathan Sumner Evans
Sumner Evans
Software Engineer at Automattic working on Beeper

Denver to Washington D.C.

Posted on in Trip to D.C. and Transatlantic Cruise • 210 words • 1 minute read
Tags: Travel, Washington D.C., Denver

Today we left for Washington D.C. I drove mom and dad headed to the airport early this morning (like 04:00). Hannah and I stayed in Denver for the morning so that we could attend a friend’s graduation brunch.

Hannah and I ended up leaving for the airport at around 13:00, arriving at around 14:00, and getting through security with no problems. We had nearly two hours before our 16:20 flight. Unfortunately for us, however, the flight was massively delayed. The incoming plane was stuck in Dallas for a few hours, and could not make it to Denver in time. The plane ended up departing at 18:40 (MST).

I’m on the plane right now, and we should arrive at Ronald Regan Airport (DCA) around 00:10 (EST) tomorrow morning, and then we have to find the hotel. Hopefully we don’t have any more travel hiccups.

Well, it turned out that there were some hiccups. Mainly the fact that it was pouring rain, and lightning when we arrived at DCA. That caused our bags to be delayed due to regulations about airline workers working in lightning conditions.

Anyway, it’s now 01:41 on the 19th, and we are finally in our hotel, and I am going to bed. It’s been a very long day.