Race to London

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If you watched the show on Thursday night, you know we made our flight to London.

I arrived at the airport about 8:30 a.m. ET for a 9:30 a.m. ET international flight (I might add, with wet hair too, since I could not take the time to dry it.) Two of my colleagues arrived at 9:05 a.m. and thanks to a United Airlines employee Lois Brock, they made the flight. This was no easy feat: they had no ticket, had to get thru security, ride a shuttle bus to the United tier and then run down to our gate. Both approached the gate gasping for air from running and promising to get in shape when we return (don't count on it!)

I have taken a bunch of pictures for the blog, but have no way to post them. So the pics will get posted when I get back to the USA.

Security was tight at Dulles Airport — items such as toothpaste and shampoo were taken from passengers. Despite the tight security it all went quite smoothly.

Incidentally, on my plane was former Pentagon spokesperson Torrie Clark. She was headed to Europe with her family for a vacation.

I am not sure when we are coming back. I do know Friday night's show will air from the London airport. Our return depends on the story, if we can learn more and do a better job by staying, we will. If we can do the story just as well from USA, we will return.

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