I recently flew from Columbus to Hartford with my usual connection in Baltimore.  As I was enjoying some down time on the leg to Hartford it was obvious that winter is here; the ground is lightly snow covered, mixed with clouds and it was hard to figure out where I was at any given moment.  Of course I am not a pilot, but I consider myself fairly competent in geography. Certainly I was flying over urban, rural and suburban areas, I just could not differentiate them from that first look. 

All three are great spots to land in but not all are right for me; they won’t all help me get to my final destination.  Boston and the Big Apple would be my first two choices but for my purpose on this trip, Hartford best met my need.

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