Flights From Houston To Dallas

flights from houston to dallas

  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace

  • (flight) shoot a bird in flight

  • (flight) an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"

  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight

  • (flight) fly in a flock; "flighting wild geese"

  • An inland port in Texas, linked to the Gulf of Mexico by the Houston Ship Canal; pop. 1,953,631. Since 1961, it has been a center for space research and manned space flight; it is the site of the NASA Space Center

  • Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States of America and the largest city in the state of Texas. As of the 2009 U.S. Census estimate, the city had a population of 2.3 million within an area of .

  • the largest city in Texas; located in southeastern Texas near the Gulf of Mexico; site of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

  • United States politician and military leader who fought to gain independence for Texas from Mexico and to make it a part of the United States (1793-1863)

  • Dallas is a live album by Randy Meisner, released in 2002 (see 2002 in music).

  • This article lists characters and actors in the Alien series of science fiction films. The series spans four films: Alien (1979), Aliens (1986), Alien 3 (1992), and Alien Resurrection (1997).

  • A city in northeastern Texas, noted as a center of the oil industry; pop. 1,188,580. Pres. John F. Kennedy was assassinated here in November 1963

  • a large commercial and industrial city in northeastern Texas located in the heart of the northern Texas oil fields

Hurricane Ike's aftermath ... two weeks on already ... and no relief in sight

Hurricane Ike's aftermath ... two weeks on already ... and no relief in sight

(I uploaded pics from my cellphone prior to Hurricane Ike two weeks ago and have only today been able to get to them to mark them as public instead of private ... and these two photos have taken so very, very long to upload - I'm rather surprised they did! (I can't get other pages to load so still very much Internet crippled and incapable for myriad reasons) ... and I wasn't sure they would make it upstream before the neighbor's generator ran out of fuel ... it's the slowest internet connection ever, I think - but wanted to try and let y'all know I was alive ... even if not entirely "ok"!)

...the 'short of goal' headline is an understatement with very real consequences to very real people ... and in my current frame of mind - and still without electricity at home or at my place of employment - that equates to lies ... daily ... 'cos I don't see them working near me ... and neither does anyone else around here ... it's very disconcerting - and no one knows who to believe anymore ...

long lines /queues for fuel /gasoline
long lines /queues for ice
long lines /queues for groceries /food (so weird to see completely empty bread, water and TP (toilet paper) shelves!)
losing tap water 'cos a city pumping station was taken down in the storm
boiling all water once it became available again
low water pressure until the pumping station was back 100%
no electricity for over 99% of the area (no lights, fans, air conditioning, computers, Internet, etcetcetc) ... I've been out for over two weeks ... others for less, many are predicted to be without for months ...
a friend /co-worker whose entire house at Galveston Island washed away
(heat + humidity) – fans or air conditioning = danger of heat related health issues /deaths
mandatory curfews in the evenings and nights for everyone except those going to or from work
looters not appreciated
“camping out” ... at home
flooding in back two rooms of house
no flood insurance
everyone alive and uninjured
tornadic wind damage
my gorgeous old red oak tree ... decapitated
the fully grown pink crape myrtle, planted by mom, leaning over - half-uprooted
helpful neighbor with a chainsaw
motherF*r of all yardwork projects
covered head-to-toe with scrapes, scratches and ginormous ugly bruises ... no one's prize pretty girl!
PODs (Points of Distribution)
MREs (Meals, Ready-To-Eat), a hot meal and a snack, too
a daughter who went through the POD lines and brought ice, water and MREs
PBJ sammiches (aka peanut butter and jelly sandwiches)
rediscovering the joy of large wooden kitchen matches (a 'pyromaniac' rejoiced!)
discovering the gas rangetop works if you light it with matches
grilled cheese sandwiches cooked by the lightfall of a flashlight aimed at the ceiling
losing all of the contents in the refrigerator /freezer
coming home two days later to discover my sister's gift of fresh caught (frozen) fish, had become defrosted fish...
learning to take the refrigerator /freezer apart (by flashlight) with a screwdriver order to get to all the myriad HIDDEN channels and pans that held the odoriferous defrosted “fish juice”
liquid chlorine bleach
airports that were closed for two and half days, making the return home a nightmare of changed flights and standbys
my old Ford Explorer safely parked in an IAH parking garage (where the decapitated oak tree didn't damage it!)
airport personnel that politely inquired, “Are you SURE you want to go to HOUSTON??? ... there is absolutely nothing working there ... and it's flooded ...”
making it back on the first flight from DFW (by then I had been flown to Dallas-Ft Worth) into the hurricane damaged but re-opened IAH
mosquitoes – bloodthirsty and relentless
shared meals with the neighbors by light of a camping lantern
learned the names of every child on my neighborhood block
did I mention it was freakin' HOT??
household plumbing woes – turns out that bailing the kitchen sink out the kitchen window was not the worst backup ...
the seemingly endless cacaophony of chainsaws, generators, leaf blowers, lawnmowers, trimmers, and stumpgrinders
the crack and groan of trees and limbs as they were felled
the huge block long piles of lost trees, limbs and debris
the first area in the city to have tree debris removed
city workers removing tree debris appreciate it when you bring them cold water & cold orange soda as they use cranes to move the incredibly huge quantities of debris into the waiting beds of the line of very large dump /debris trucks ...
hand washing laundry
two or more showers a day
screws that are power-drilled into window-protecting sheets of plywood resist being manually unscrewed later on
rooms with plywood-covered windows are dark even in the daylight, so they must be unscrewed and removed for light and ventilation
sweltering = sweating + melting + overheating
trying to sleep whilst sweating /sweltering
not sleeping
being too tired to sleep
being too

FLIGHT 621: Same Story…

FLIGHT 621: Same Story…

…different year.

There’s someone’s SKULL BONE piece, emerging from the ground, in July of 2007.

From Flight 621.

Their partial skeletal remains, just left there, year-in-year-out to bake in the sun in a Brampton field…located in in the now forgotten Toronto-Gore Township.

37 years ago today, Flight 621 slammed into the ground, killing all 109 passengers and crew.

Flight 621 In Memorium

Adams, Celine Fradette
Adams, Pierre J
Beaudin, Gaetan
Belanger, Mrs.
Belanger, Jacques
Belanger, Jean
Belanger, Roland
Belanger, Rosanne
Benson, Helen
Benson, Leonard
Benson, Mary
Benson, Richard
Bertrand, Ginette
Boosamra, Lynn
Boulanger, Guy
Bradshaw, Dollie
Cedilot, Robert J
Chapdeleine, Jeannine
Chapdeleine, Joanne
Chapdeleine, Mario
Charent, Jean Maurice
Clarke, Devona Olivia
Cote, Francine
Daoust, Yolande
Desmarais, Brigitte
Desmarais, G
Dicaire, Alice (Marie)
Dicaire, Gilles
Dicaire, Linda
Dicaire, Luke
Dicaire, Mark
Dion, Suzanne
Dore, Jacqueline
Earle, Lewella
Earle, Linda
Filippone, Francesco
Filippone, Linda
Filippone, Marie
Gee, Bernard
Goulet, Denise M
Grenier, Madeleine

Growse, Jane
Growse, Roger
Hamilton, Karen E
Hamilton, Peter Cameron
Herrmann, Ronald Alvin
Hill, Harry Gordon
Holiday, Claude
Houston, Irene Margaret
Houston, Wesley
Jakobsen, Vagn Aage
Labont, Gilles
Leclaire, Marie Rose
Leclaire, Oscar
Leduc, Henri W
Lepage, Claudette
Mailhiot, Claire Gagnon
Mailhiot, Gerald Bernard
Maitz, Gustave
Maitz, Karoline
McKettrick, Winnifred
McTague, John
Medizza, Carla
Mohammed, Dolly
Molino, Antonio
Molino, Michael (Michel)
Moore, Frederick T
Partridge, Andrea
Partridge, Carnie (Carnis) Ann
Partridge, Cyril Wayne
Phillips, Kenneth William
Poirier, Rita
Raymond, Gilles
Raymond, Martial
Robert, Aline
Robert, Georges E
Robidoux, Lionel
Rowland, Donald
Silverberg, Marci
Silverberg, Merle
Silverberg, Steven
Simon, Istvan
Simon, Mark
Smith, Dwight Lee
St. Laurent, Blanche
Stepping, Glenn Thomas
Sultan, Celia
Sultan, Jerald. M
Sultan, Robert. L
Szpakowicz, Borys
Szpakowicz, Serge
Tielens, Carmen
Tielens, Frederick
Tournovits, George
Tournovits, Soula (Athanasia)
Weinberg, Carla
Weinberg, S
Weinberg, Wendy
Whittingham, Jennifer
Whittingham, John
Whittingham, Reginald
Whybro, Mary Baker
Wieczorek, Hildegund
Witmer, Edgar
Wong, Ngar-Quon
Wong, Suzie
Wong, Wong (Mansing)
Woodward, Dallas J

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