I got up, had some oatmeal, and took trains to the Frankfurt airport. My bags were overweight. It was annoying and I got some snickers when people saw me put them on, but wearing 7 layers and putting all your books in your pockets is an effective way to get more weight through security. I had to leave the Almdudler, though, because they don't let you carry fluids through security.
I listened to Timaeus on the transatlantic flight. You know a book is interesting if the introduction is longer than the book itself. After that flight, though, I was too tired to listen anymore. There's only so much Plato you can take in one day.
When I got to the Dallas airport, they were giving all soldiers priority boarding. When I got to Albuquerque, I noticed that Americans are much more patriotic than Germans. This would have never happened in Germany:
That's my trip! Thanks for reading. I had fun and learned a lot. I'd recommend it to anyone adventurous enough to do it.