Thursday, May 17, 2007

Made it to CT


I've never been to CT before but it's really nice and peaceful...and the people are very friendly. I'm staying at the Boulders Inn which is a cute little bed and breakfast place. I kinda like boutique type places b/c each one is different where as I'm finding the big hotels all kinda blends together.

We got here early so we're waiting in the living room but there's wireless which is great b/c my Verizon card doesn't work and neither does my phone. Yikes...

I'm also liking the late night flights because I just take 2 Tylenol PM's and crash out and then I'm traveling while I'm sleeping instead of wasting a day traveling. I don't know how these little pills make me so tired but it's great because I sleep the whole flight and I only take them when I do an all night flight b/c Jeff Jochum told me that if you take them consistently you'll start forgetting everything.

Brett hasn't quite adapted to the travel thing so he stayed up all night and is just dead. haha...

10 comments:

kennykimdotcom said...

Have a great time out there DJ. Man I wish I could shoot with you in July in Tennessee.

Janell said...

Guess you planned ahead with hotel arrangements :) Looks quite serene! Enjoy

STEVE DePINO said...

Welcome to CT man!

swan said...

I think I saw you guys fly over... Miss you both.

melissakoehlerphotography said...

Looks great. Maybe cut down on the Tylenol PM's, you wouldn't want to forget where you were :)
Have a great time in CT

Rebecca said...

seems like a typical Brett pose! :-)

A Boston Bride said...

Hey,
Why don't you guys take a quick day trip up to MA. We would love to meet you! Yeah us New Englanders are cool huh? Ha, Ha!

seshu said...

David - let's get a cup of coffee. I'll buy. I live close to where you are right now.

garrett said...

Hi David,
That's my back yard...I know it well, I grew up in the next town over.

ENJOY!

Garrett

www.gbphotographers.com

Stacy Cross said...

Be careful with those pills, DJ! :) According to my medical expertise (I'm a mere nursing student), if you take those really often, eventually you start forgeting things when you're wide awake, too!