Airbag Industries

Peanuts.

After all the travel I did this year I’m going to hop on Kottke’s meme. Long story short, I had to endure airport security way too many times. There was a time when I was flying an average of two flights every week. That said, Jared “Travel Machine” Spool made my flight schedule look like a series of grade school field trips. Still, I’ve got enough free drink coupons to last for a long, long time and a handy A-List Membership card that lets me jump to the front of the line for Federal Flight Safety Processing Happy Fun Time.

Here is a list of the places I traveled to and stayed in for one or more nights in 2009.

Aliso Viejo, California 1

Emeryville, California 1

Palm Springs, California 2

Palo Alto, California

Pasadena, California

Walnut Creek, California 2

Yountville, California

Fort Collins, Colorado

Boston, Massachusetts 2

Albany, New York

Eugene, Oregon 2

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2

Austin, Texas

Seattle, Washington 2

Tacoma, Washington

Sadly, I wasn’t able to make my annual trip to Las Vegas in November—a problem I hope to remedy not too long after New Years.

1 Permanent residence.

2 Visited multiple times during the year.