Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Mission Organization - Chapter 3

In 2004 I flew into the San Diego airport. As I headed to baggage claim I spotted this group of travelers. It looked like they had been in line for quite some time, but they didn't seem to mind.
I captured a few photos and headed to the rental car counter. Upon my return, to my surprise, they were still there. They must be a patient lot.


DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

...but the question is, how many people lined up behind them to wait for their turn? :)

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

I had to chuckle over what DoubleDeckerBusGuy said. Well, in California you just never know.

Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)

Travis said...

LOL! So often we're in a rush at the airport, hurrying to get through check in and security so we can put the earbuds in, open the book, and close out the world.

Good to see that you had your head up to see something interesting that you could share with us.

Shelley Munro said...

Some airports have amazing sculptures and murals. I liked these ones. Airports are always so boring. It's good to have something interesting to look at, although the people watching is usually fun.

mommanator said...

great artwork! such clean lines and are they made of soap? prob not but somehow looks like soap to me

Bond said...

I think they missed their flight

DrillerAA said...

Matthew: In California, the line could be significant!

Sandee: That's what I love about California, you just never know.

Travis: Once I get on the ground and get my luggage, I don't mind slowing down just a bit.

Shelley: These folks remind me of the characters from Wallace & Gromett! And yes, if I have a layover, people watching is great fun.

Mommanator: I'm pretty sure that they're fiberglas.

Bond: Probably so, I believe they're looking at the overhead monitors to check their options.