The end of October, a wedding, and the start of an insane month of travel. Here’s how I wrapped up October and welcomed November.
I kicked the week off with a delicious dinner at Pho 2000. It was Pho-nominal (as advertised).
The Atlassian office on Harrison closed (for good) on Tuesday, for our big move to 465 Pine St. With no office, I worked from home for most of the week. And my mobility dropped to walking within about 4 blocks of home.
Still, even with the sharp drop in daily steps, I managed to snap a photo of this random jet making its way around San Francisco’s blue skies.
The end of October brought Halloween night. But a Wednesday night.
Still, San Francisco’s inner geek decided to show off, with LED lights atop Salesforce Tower taking the form of the Eye of Sauron.
Next stop: Los Angeles.
Thursday night was the first of 5 flights over the following week.
SFO –> BUR for a wedding.
LAX –> ZRH –> AMS for work
AMS –> IAH –> SFO home.
On Friday, we woke up in Los Angeles, ready for a weekend of wedding festivities. I took in the view over eggs and coffee, before we headed off to Ojai.
We had clear skies, some well-placed fog, and some plane spotting in the distance. Happy fall.
Ojai was gorgeous. And the evening’s sunset painted a beautiful backdrop for everyone’s photos (including mine :)).
With the wedding weekend wrapped up, I was off to the airport.
I boarded the last Star Alliance flight out of LAX, headed to Amsterdam for a week of training our Atlassian Solution Partners for work (via Zurich). A last minute upgrade from Swiss Airlines made for an unexpected surprise.
I don’t know how I lucked out, but thanks, Swiss!