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At the morning meeting of the mates they talked about Walbridge’s decision the previous day to change course. They had been going mainly south and somewhat east, trying to go out to sea to put sufficient space between them and the storm. Now they were going southwest in an effort to make it between the worst of the storm and the shore. The aim — the hope — was to harness the powerful counterclockwise winds to shoot to St. Pete. They were crossing Sandy's path, and already were well within the storm's sprawling reach. It made sleep almost impossible. First mate John Svendsen told the crew to try to rest when they weren't on duty for watch. He said they could expect waves of up to 30 feet and winds of 80 mph or higher. It was going to be a long day.
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A few weeks ago I posted about bringing tissues and sanitizing wipes on every trip moving forward. One of the comments was a question, asking if TSA allowed wipes through. The reader thought since they are technically wet, they may not be allowed.
I have flown with face wipes many times, never taken them out of my suitcase at airport security, and never had a problem, so I assumed they were allowed. But of course, I also never take out my liquids bag, and I know I’m supposed to do that! So I went to the TSA site to see what I could find. I ended up using the “When I fly, can I bring my….?” tool. I wasn’t expecting much, because the last time I used the tool it was terrible. However, this time when I typed in “wipes” it asked me to choose which kind (baby, antibacterial, etc) and said they were allowed in both checked and carryon luggage.
So that’s good news! In fact it’s two pieces of good news. Yes, wipes are allowed, and the TSA “Can I bring my….?” tool works at least some of the time. Hooray!