‘All-You-Can-Jet’ Launch Party and New York, New York – Day 2

September 7th, 2010. Be the first to comment!

After trekking back from Keuka Lake to Buffalo, NY – We finished our preparations and packed up for our ‘All-You-Can-Jet’ adventure.  We caught a 5:30am ride to BUF and arrived at JFK by 8:00am.

Getting ready for our first flight of AYCJ 2010

Sunrise from 13C

I caught up with Morgan Johnston, Greg Krause, and Matt McCall; friends from last years http://www.twelvehoursinacity.com project.

Greg Krause and I at T5

Morgan tweeting from the Official @jetblue ipad ft. Matt McCall

JetBlue threw a nice party in T-5, with plenty of sweet #AYCJ shwag for all the jetters in attendance. Dunkin Donuts provided free coffee and donuts for people to socialize over. The New York Jets ‘Flight Crew’ also stopped by to entertain the masses and provide some excellent photo ops.

Jets' Flight Crew and YouAndWho.com Team

Marty St. George stirred up the party when he announced a new plane in the jetBlue fleet named “All-Blue-Can-Jet” which features a new livery design.

'All-Blue-Can-Jet' - N531JL

JetBlue's New Livery on N531JL - 'All-Blue-Can-Jet'

After catching up on some e-mail and developing some quick bug fixes for http://www.netsetjet.com. Amber and I parted with our #AYCJ friends and headed for Meg’s house in Brooklyn/Queens.

Working in T5

At the t-5 taxi terminal, our driver ended up in a screaming match with the Port Authority officer.  The confrontation was resolved quickly as our driver sped off screaming obscenities with us in the back preparing for the worse.  However, our travelers luck held strong and we made it to Queens without further incident.

Taxis at T5

We hung out on a stoop in  Ridgewood/Bushwick waiting for Meg to show up.  Then we took a nap and prepared for this evenings festivities.  Catching up with old friends and trying to sneak in a photo shoot if I can find a model and the time.

Houses in Queensbridge

Chillin on the stoop in Bushwick

Please take a moment to write a comment about this post if you enjoyed it, let me know what type of photos you’d like to see more of on the rest of the trip.

Safe Travels,


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