on the ground in Majuro

After thirteen hours fifteen minutes 33G and I landed in Majuro.  Exhausted, never felt better as the end is in sight.  Rest tomorrow and then the long 15 hour flight to Hawaii.
















21 thoughts on “on the ground in Majuro”

  1. Congratulations! Your almost home. I hope you have nothing but great weather the rest of your trip.

  2. Looks like your next flight will take you right over your former hangout at Johnson Atoll. A low pass could be in order!

  3. Nice work buddy! Hope you have a coffee maker in that beautiful machine!

    Fly safe, can’t wait to hear all about it!

  4. Majuro low profile on the horizon as I recall the runway was use to conserve water in runoff. Long over water flights ahead with little to see. Probably taking off late evening in daylight flying all night to arrive in daylight. That is what happens going East Bound. Wishing you following winds and blue skies

  5. What a wonderful journey. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Your Other Fans from Marina Towers, Mary Harris and Jim Eady

  6. Adrian
    Wow-what a long journey! Glad you and “GINA” made it safely and getting some R&R.

  7. Adrian: Thanks for the post that you arrived, sleep well. The spider track had quit working and there was no conformation to your arrival on Flightaware. Best wishes to arrive home safely.

  8. Amazing trip and good to see you’re homeward bound. Let me know if you need anything in Hawaii … we can help there. We’re watching you every step of the way and wishing you safe travels always!

  9. Love the tip tanks which have kept you in the air…and the Spidertracks which have helped us keep track of you!
    While you’re on these next two legs to Hawaii and the West Coast, we’re sure glad you have all those flight attendants in the back making coffee!
    Safe flying and Godspeed, my friend!
    All the best,

    1. Adrian, sure glad you have all those flight attendants in the back making coffee!
      Safe flying and Godspeed!

  10. Almost home! Godspeed and aloha!! Bring some Hawaiian sunshine home with you . . . Nothing but rain here 🙁

  11. Flight Aware indicates he has departed Marshall Islands 0808 MHT enroute PHNL.

  12. It was a pleasure to be a part of your amazing journey.
    May you have favorable winds along your way.
    Come see us next time you’re in Guam.

  13. Adrian
    Welcome to Hawaii–you made it to Honolulu! Spyder was up for the last 4 hrs. Nice capability. I clocked your landing around 4:11AM EDT.

  14. Whooo Hooo! The excitement of you and “Gina” being in the HOMESTRETCH is almost tangible! Chin up and safe travels HOME!

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