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On a sweltering early morning in Minneapolis my family and I were onour way to the congested airport When we got in the airport the linewas extremely long and filled with happy babies tired adults andexcited children For being a crowded airport it was strangely quiet Westood anxious in the baggage check lines until it was our turn with thefrazzled looking young lady to weigh our huge suitcases and to get ourplane seats Are exit rows okay for you asked the young ladyThose will work said my mom who was glad to get two window seatsOur bags were then sent to some buff looking security guards They takethe bags and set them on a conveyor belt that moved them through ascanning device that checks for illegal items From there the bags endedup on the plane We then went up a long set of stairs that lead us tothe metal detectors The line for the detectors stretched around a halland zig zaged back and forth It took at least thirty minutes to getthrough them Once we got up to them we took off our shoes emptied ourpockets took off our belts and laid our carry-on bags on anotherconveyor belt Another buff security guard was standing on the otherside of the detector his job was to tell people when to walk throughthe detector After we all made it through we ate breakfast at arestaurant The food was scrumptious I had strawberry French toast witha dollop of cool whip on top and orange juice When we got done eatingwe meandered towards the restrooms and took turns so somebody could keepwatch over our carry-ons When everyone was done we walked towards ourgate in the terminal where we saw a long line of people waiting to boardthe plane I was thinking to myself how are all these people going tofit in a plane togetherWe went and stood to the side of the line waiting for it to getsmaller and then
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