I took the float plane to Vancouver again, this time for work. Michael calls me a jet setter, but Wikipedia tells me he is using the term incorrectly:
Jet set is a journalistic term that was used to describe an international social group of wealthy people, organizing and participating in social activities all around the world that are unreachable to ordinary people. The term, which replaced café society, came from the lifestyle of travelling from one stylish or exotic place to another via jet airplanes.
I don’t consider working at Canada Place exotic nor do I consider a float plane a jet airplane.
While it wasn’t stylish, my Saturday shift wasn’t too bad because I got to catch up with Lydia, who joined me at my booth for an hour before we shared a sandwich and a brief foray at H&M.
This is us commemorating the departure of the cruise set.