Well, it’s time to get the old “land legs” back after being on a floating vessel for the last 2 months or so. And I gotta tell ya …sometimes getting them back are easier than others. Finding one's "land legs'' refers to a condition where a person has an imbalance or rocking sensation after spending time on a ship. Usually it only takes me 4 or 5 hours of walking from airport concourse A to concourse Z in 3 international airports to get the land legs back after disembarking. Mix in the fact that I have connections to make, and it felt like I on the treadmill. So by the time I made my final connection to get home, I was as a “tree planted by the water…I shall not be moved!” All semblance of “rubber legs” were gone with solid land now beneath my feet. I think I will stay this way for a minute or two before it all starts again. Do you have a funny land leg story? Please share!