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joshvolk 282w ago
SFO to PHL
  • Was just in the SFO yesterday. Gate 96! It was full of crazy people, right @southernaut?

  • mxb2 282w ago

    Safe travels; we have 2 more days in Istanbul, dad

  • joshvolk 282w ago

    Gate 88 was crazy with people trying to make connections after the morning delays. I said a mental hello to all my friends in the Bay area as I passed through but I didn't realize you were there too @lilyfoxx

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