If your airline still supplies food. My flights don't I have to bring a picnic.:whoopie:Eat, sleep, read and watch the movie (if it's bearable).
Will TSA allow knitting needles through security?wackymother said:Some people knit or do needlework, but I don't have the patience, I'm afraid!
I'll take my food however I can get it. Provided by the airline, or brought on by me.If your airline still supplies food. My flights don't I have to bring a picnic.:whoopie:
You can check the TSA website, but I believe they will allow them.Will TSA allow knitting needles through security?
I do this not only when I fly, but when I travel. I load up on paperbacks that I've book at used book stores, or at our library book sales. Then, when I'm finished I just leave the book at whatever timeshare we're in. Leaves room for some of the goodies I usually bring home. :whoopie:Flight attendants really appreciate it when you leave your already-read paperbacks behind
FYI, since my iPod doesn't last for 12 hours, I bought a nifty device that operates on AA batteries that extends the amount of viewing/listening time indefinitely. (I've used it for about 36 hours and have yet to replace the batteries on the device.)Puzzle books (My favorite is Good Time Puzzles by Dell), Sudukos, iPod videos (downloaded Sopranos and The Office), iPod audio books and music, trashy novels, and sleep when I can.
It's not that kind of club.Why would you post this and NOT mention the club?
I am also a member of another club...I will call it the "65mph Club" or better yet the "I-95 Club"....use your imagination.I've always had a suspicion that the people doing that aren't talking about it & the people talking about it aren't doing it.