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The Gift of Gratitude 30-something, it was still a fairly small, regional airline. Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined the journey I was about to take. The Company has grown from 71 airplanes in 1986 to more than 700 in 2016, and it’s hard to believe that we carry more Customers in the United States today than any other airline. We’ve also grown from more than 5,800 Employees (excluding TranStar) to more than 50,000. And of all the wonderful places, projects, and milestones along the way, what I cherish the most is to be a part of the Southwest Family.

I am grateful for the many mentors I’ve had along the way. Of course, the famous Herb Kelleher and Colleen Barrett immediately come to mind, as they’ve played an instrumental role in my journey at this great Company. Through their actions, they taught me what it means to “live the Southwest Way.” And that simply means to have a Warrior Spirit, a Servant’s Heart, and a Fun-LUVing Attitude. Of course, I’m especially grateful for my Family at home. I married my high school sweetheart 40 years ago this year, and we have two grown daughters who have blessed us with four beautiful granddaughters. They mean the world to me. I am grateful for the prosperity and success that Southwest has enjoyed over the years, which have enabled 43 consecutive years of profitability and distinguished us as the only major airline that has not had an involuntary furlough. That success and job security has allowed us to take great care of our People. In turn, they take great care of you, our valued Customers. On behalf of the entire Southwest Family, thank you for allowing us to share the gift of gratitude with you this holiday season!

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One quality I truly cherish is gratitude. I firmly believe that having a strong sense of gratitude is a key element to one’s pursuit of happiness. I think about it as a gift—both to have and to share with others. I hesitate to make a list of all the blessings in my life for which I am grateful, but in this season of giving thanks, I relish the opportunity to share a few with you. I am grateful to have spent the last 30 years of my life being a part of the Southwest Airlines Family. When I joined this Company as a bright-eyed

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El Regalo de la Gratitud Cuando me uní a esta Compañía, siendo un joven entusiasta de treinta y tantos años, la aerolínea era aún bastante pequeña y local. Ni en mis sueños más descabellados me hubiera imaginado el viaje que estaba a punto de comenzar. La Compañía ha crecido de 71 aviones en 1986 a más de 700 en 2016, y es difícil creer que hoy en día transportamos a más Clientes dentro de los Estados Unidos que ninguna otra aerolínea. Asimismo, hemos crecido de más de 5,800 Empleados (excluyendo a TranStar) a más de 50,000. Y de todos los lugares, proyectos e hitos maravillosos en el

camino, lo que atesoro más es ser parte de la Familia Southwest. Estoy agradecido por los muchos mentores que he tenido a lo largo del camino. Por supuesto, los famosos Herb Kelleher y Colleen Barrett inmediatamente vienen a mi mente, ya que han jugado un papel decisivo en mi viaje dentro de esta gran Compañía. A través de sus acciones, me enseñaron lo que significa “vivir a la manera Southwest”. Y eso simplemente significa tener un Espíritu Guerrero, un Corazón de Siervo y una Actitud Alegre. Por supuesto, estoy especialmente agradecido por mi familia en casa. Me casé con mi novia de preparatoria, hace 40 años este año, y tenemos dos hijas que nos han bendecido con cuatro nietas hermosas, quienes son todo para mí. Estoy muy agradecido por la prosperidad y el éxito que Southwest ha disfrutado en todo este tiempo, lo que ha permitido 43 años consecutivos de rentabilidad, y nos distingue como la única compañía aérea importante que no ha tenido despidos involuntarios. Ese éxito y esa seguridad laboral nos han permitido cuidar mucho a nuestra Gente, quienes a su vez cuidan en gran medida de ustedes, nuestros valiosos Clientes. En nombre de toda la Familia Southwest, ¡gracias por permitirnos compartir el don de la gratitud con ustedes en estas fiestas!

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La gratitud es una cualidad que realmente aprecio. Soy un firme creyente de que tener un fuerte sentido de gratitud es un elemento clave en la búsqueda personal de la felicidad. Pienso en la gratitud como un regalo que se recibe y que se comparte con otros. No me atrevo a hacer una lista de todas las bendiciones en mi vida por las cuales estoy agradecido, pero en esta época de dar gracias, me entusiasma la oportunidad de compartir algunas con ustedes. Estoy agradecido de haber pasado estos últimos 30 años de mi vida formando parte de la Familia Southwest Airlines.

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vacation is somewhere sunny or snowy— there’s a perfect option waiting. Available for purchase on Southwest. com, Southwest gift cards range from $10 to $1,000. Even better? There are no fees, blackout periods, or expiration dates. Southwest gift cards are also a great gift idea for the pet lover in your family. The next time they fly with a small cat or dog, they can use a Southwest gift card to purchase their Pet Fare ($95) at the ticket counter. Give the gift of a destination this season. You’ll never have to worry if it’s the right size or color, and we’ll bet no one will ask to return it! For more information on how to purchase a Southwest gift card, visit Southwest.com/giftcard. —Mark Hopkins, Product Marketing

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Heart of the Community

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With Heart of the Community grants, Southwest Airlines creates change. When we launched our Heart of the Community program in 2014, we knew the projects and communities we were supporting would see positive outcomes as a result. Why were we so confident? We trusted and believed in the placemaking process, which positions the community as the expert. As our Founder Herb Kelleher said, “If you create an environment where the people truly participate, you don’t need control. They know what needs to be done and they do it.” This philosophy has worked for Southwest for more than 45 years, so why wouldn’t it work for the communities we serve? We are proud to support community-led visions that reimagine parks and other public places. We’ve seen the benefits of this process firsthand, and an initial evaluation proves that the projects have resulted in economic, community, and social benefits. After evaluating five Heart of the Community sites, we found that those projects averaged $4 in additional leveraged investment for every $1 from the Southwest Heart of the Community grant. Southwest’s investments have also helped fill these

public spaces with colorful amenities and diverse programming, resulting in 2.5 million visitors and 1.4 million event attendees across the five locations. This is a clear indicator that these communities have made these spaces their own. Residents aren’t the only ones reaping the benefits. In our September issue, we featured Baltimore’s Dizzy Cow Pizzeria, a small business that has seen growth after Pratt & Light Plaza received a Heart of the Community grant. Combined, our projects in Baltimore, San Diego, San Antonio, Detroit, and Providence, Rhode Island, have created 53 new jobs and generated $7.7 million in visitor spending. At Southwest, our Purpose is to connect People to what’s important in their lives, whether that’s a special destination or the place our Customers and Employees call home. With Heart of the Community, we are spreading love in the only way we know how: by building connections to create stronger and more vibrant communities. —Laura Hoagland, Sr. Specialist Community Engagement In 2014, Southwest launched the Heart of the Community program, which awards grants to create public spaces in the hearts of communities served by the airline. We are currently accepting 2017 grant applications, now through the end of November. To learn more about the Heart of the Community grant and for information on how to apply, visit pps.org/Heart-of-the-Community.

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San Diego’s Plaza de Panama is one of 18 Heart of the Community project sites.

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You Made Our Day WANT TO SHARE YOUR STORY? Have you witnessed an over-the-top act of Southwest Airlines Employee kindness? Let us know at Southwest.com/ contact-us.

kudos. It’s why we have always received such incredible service from you— because of people like Sip and Victor. —Craig Smee

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As we have toured the U.S. from South Africa, we’ve been collecting city mugs wherever we go. We arrived in San Diego on a Southwest flight en route to Texas. Who knew if we would ever get back to San Diego? We could not get off the plane to purchase a mug, but in true Southwest style, flight attendants Sip Lasaath and Victor Cata made it happen. We received a San Diego mug from them via FedEx. Southwest, these guys deserve big

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Recently, I was traveling with my 10-year-old nephew, who was excited to be going on his first trip without his parents. In the parking lot at dinner, he realized he’d lost his wallet with his spending money. We called the airport and were told to go to customer service to see if it was turned in. When we got there, there weren’t many flights coming in and everything was closed. Customer service agent Lise Lacasse remembered a wallet being turned in, but it was in the safe and only ramp agent Dave Marr could open it. She contacted Dave, who was on the other side of the airport, and he came over 10 minutes later. He got the wallet, and I’ve never seen my nephew so happy. What a great experience for my nephew to see the goodness in people in a situation he thought was catastrophic! Thank you to Lise and Dave, and to customer service agent Tami Neubauer, who searched the plane and found the wallet. —Anne Marie Maier

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I am a disabled veteran and was in a wheelchair while traveling. Getting ready to board, I was complaining to my husband that I had wanted to get a blanket and an airplane pillow but

had forgotten. My knees were cold and hurting because I have had three surgeries and two knee replacements. Well, customer service supervisor Daphne Spinks heard me and came back with a beautiful hot pink blanket. I asked if I could pay for it, and she said no. Daphne went above and beyond her duties, and I know she didn’t have to. —Rosa Baldwin, SFC Retired (U.S. Army)

my laptop. When we landed, Brenda walked with me to the baggage claim and asked the employees there to call Oakland. She helped me set up a time for my husband to retrieve the laptop and then gave me her phone number in case I needed anything. It was my lucky day that Brenda sat next to me. Tasha then called to make sure I had my laptop. Thank you, Brenda and Tasha, for going the extra mile. —Lori Wolfe

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While flying from Oakland to Phoenix to see a friend, I left my laptop at the security checkpoint and didn’t realize this until we were wheels-up. I am a grad student and all my papers and work were on that laptop, and it was the week before finals. A tear slipped down my cheek, and the woman sitting next to me asked what had happened. I told her, and then tried to stay calm until we landed. Unknowingly, I was sitting next to senior recruiter Brenda Battle, a longtime Southwest employee. She emailed senior recruiter Tasha Blakely at Oakland and secured

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I want to commend customer service agent Dan McGurk. I am 81 years old and somewhat crippled. The shuttle service to my home in Kingman, Arizona, failed to pick me up from the airport. My phone was dead, and Dan saw from my face that I was a little panicked. He tried to contact my shuttle company to no avail and then made all the arrangements for me to rent a car to get home. He later called me to see if I got home OK. I am very grateful for his help and kindness. —Karin Goudy

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Dear Reader,

Thirty-five years ago a single word changed my life forever. This issue is dedicated to that word. I didn’t deserve it. In fact the whole day had been a mess. It was just before Christmas when I took a woman downhill skiing; it was her first time. Once the chairlift got going, she began to cry, and that’s when I noticed her terror of heights. Still, she bravely rode the lift and suffered a day of inching down the slopes. Back in my apartment that evening, I opened a bottle of rare Chilean wine, given to me by my best friend several years earlier. He had told me when to open it, and this was the night. We toasted, sipped the wine, and almost spat it out. Pure vinegar. Over the years of careless storage in a bachelor’s efficiency apartment, it had spoiled. Still, I drank all of it, because it was special. Then I opened a bottle of Champagne. She unwrapped her present, and inside the small box was an enormous ring—a man’s ring, gold with a modest diamond set in the middle. At this point I was so far gone from the wine that I had to get up on one knee. Wishing I was sober and had rehearsed, I told her as articulately as possible that I had found the ring in a family safe deposit box and had planned to have it turned into an engagement ring but had waited too long and the goldsmith was too busy for the holidays and in any case it was a ring, which sort of counted, didn’t it, and would she marry me? “Yes,” she said.

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Talk to Us Send your letters to 2811 McKinney Ave., Suite 360, Dallas, TX 75204. For comments or questions directed at Southwest Airlines that don’t pertain to the magazine, please visit the “Contact Us” page at Southwest.com.

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I really enjoyed the article on Paul Alan Cox [“The Storied Man,” September 2016]. Too often, popular magazine writing on science veers into hyperbole and world-changing breakthroughs, often to the chagrin of scientists who urge a more cautious interpretation. It was great that both the editor and the author kept the Cox quotes where he emphasized that he was speculating or just spitballing, and the framing of Cox as a storyteller helped connect otherwise disparate pieces into a really strong article. As a side note, the September issue was a standout overall, and the Carrie Underwood story [“Star Turn”] gave me a view into someone I wouldn’t have looked for otherwise. Josh Steichmann LOS ANGELES

/ Thanks, Josh. With a scientist as exciting as Paul Cox, it would have been hard to exaggerate his astonishing work. CONTINUED ON PAGE 34

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SPIRITUAL WISDOM

As a Unitarian Universalist minister, I can’t say I expected to find spiritual wisdom in an airline magazine. Flying to Oakland for my mother’s memorial service, I was uplifted by the inspiring story of ethnobotanist Paul Cox, Michael J. Mooney’s tribute to his sports-loving mom, and the spare essay by editorial director Jay Heinrichs inviting us to hear “not just the rowdy lyrics of the human condition but the strange music of the universe.” I’m taking the sage advice that Heinrichs’ wife needlepointed on his pillow: “Shut Up and Read.”

Rev. Fred Small CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

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timely for you, and admire your ability to find comfort at such a tough time in your life. GOOD MEDICINE

I truly enjoyed reading your article “The Storied Man,” which highlights the merits of learning from other cultures, the power of observation, and the value of humility. All in all, it was a powerful story about living to better humanity. I enjoyed reading it so much on my flight to Tampa, that during my return flight, I encouraged the young man sitting next to me to read the article as well. It led to a long discourse about healthcare value and medical systems around the world. Thank you for the interesting piece.

Yaolin Zhou, M.D. OKLAHOMA CITY

/ You must be an excellent doctor, Yaolin. GOES TO 11

I really enjoyed your article “The 10 Best Places to See Live Music” in the September issue. I suppose that if your list would have gone to 11 ((Spinal Tap reference), you would have included the historic Pixy Theatre in beautiful downtown Edinburgh, Indiana. The Pixy is a former Masonic lodge,

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dedicated on Dec. 3, 1907, and is one of the oldest opera houses in Indiana. My family purchased it in 2008 and we’ve been restoring it ever since. Performers and audiences are captivated by the intimate concert experience at The Pixy, as we only have seating for 200 and the acoustics are incredible. I spend a lot of time on Southwest traveling between San Diego and Indianapolis, and as I’ve expressed to many flight attendants and pilots over the years, Southwest employees are welcome to come to any of our events free of charge.

Mike Harding EDINBURGH, INDIANA

/ We’ll have to plan a visit, Mike. Just make it a little louder. GRAND QUESTIONS

After reading “Hidden Treasure” and “The Promise” [July 2016], I was transported back in time to the summer of ’66 when I worked in a gift shop at the Grand Canyon. At 19, I didn’t realize the people skills I learned in this threemonth period would benefit me for the rest of my life, especially in my 39-year teaching career. I began to enjoy interacting with tourists even more than making the sale. (This would translate later to the fact that the personal connection with one’s students is more important than the subject matter.) I answered the inevitable tourist questions, but I learned to do so patiently. Some of the questions made me want to laugh out loud (as students’ questions would in the future), but I learned restraint. The following were some of my favorites. Do they cover the canyon when it rains? Is there a dining car on the mule train? Where is the elevator that goes to the bottom? Thanks for the 50th anniversary trip down memory lane.

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Justin Clemons

Meet the people behind this issue.

PHOTOGRAPHER

Stars of the Show / p. 72 Justin was a little reticent about appearing on this page. “I always feel I need to be smart, but not too smart. Funny, but not too funny. Humble, but not too humble. Maybe I think about this stuff too much.” And then: “Hey, I’m not an artist of words. Put that in there also.” @JUSTINCLEMONS

Eros Dervishi ILLUSTRATOR

Your Cold, Cold Heart / p. 63 After fleeing Kosovo as a child, Eros found solace in art. Today, he lives in the “quiet part of Brooklyn” and explores The Frick Collection on his days off. “It’s as accomplished as the Met, but with twice the charm.” @STUUPIDCUPID

Jeff Ruby WRITER

Your Cold, Cold Heart / p. 63

Nicolle Clemetson PHOTOGRAPHER

Cover; Yes, Man / p. 76 Nicolle, who captured the intrepid traveler on our cover, is no stranger to life-changing exploits. She and her husband used to spend all their free time outdoors—camping and fly-fishing—so last spring they decided to leave Portland, Oregon, and settle on a small farm. “Now, every day feels like an adventure—waking up in the woods or picking fresh fruit from the backyard orchard. Going into the city a few times a week for work is the new norm. I love it.” @NICOLLECLEMETSON @CLEMETSONPHOTO

Jeff penned an insider’s account of the quest to revolutionize treatment for cardiac arrest. He’s also the chief dining critic at Chicago magazine. His go-to Windy City pick? “Giant—the food’s smart and the vibe is irresistible. It’s the perfect neighborhood spot.” @DROPKICKJEFFY

Alison Miller WRITER

Where the Wilder Things Are / p. 86 Alison chronicles her family’s cross-country tour of America’s national parks. “Island in the Sky, a 1,000-foot-high mesa in Canyonlands National Park, was spectacular. The park is four times the size of nearby Arches but receives half the visitors.” @RUNOFTHEMILLERS

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Tortilla expert Marina in Austin, Texas

Tortillas Made by Hand All Day

Using the freshest ingredients and crafting everything from scratch in small batches, Chuy’s makes tortillas the old-fashioned way. Most restaurants use store-bought tortillas, but the people at Chuy’s believe nothing compares to the flavor of handmade. Their tortilla experts, who grew up learning the craft, play a central role in the kitchen. And for good reason: Tortillas are the cornerstone of the menu. To make the perfect flour tortilla, they roll the dough, flatten it with a wooden rolling pin, and then cook the tortillas until they bubble and brown slightly. The tortillas have just the right amount of fluff, and they’re rolled to different sizes for a variety of dishes, like burritos, tacos, and enchiladas.

For both white and blue corn tortillas, their experts scoop homemade masa, flatten the masa by hand using a cast-iron press, and cook them perfectly golden—keeping them moist until they’re smothered with Chuy’s scratch-made sauces. All of their tortillas are prepared on a traditional cooking surface known as a comal—you’ll find one at the center of every Chuy’s dining room. Comals were first used by Aztecs to cook tortillas over an open fire. Chuy’s has made a few upgrades since then, but the basics remain the same: The freshest ingredients, prepared by hand, produce delicious results.

Check out chuys.com to find the location nearest you. And find them on Facebook or Twitter and Instagram @chuysrestaurant.

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more likely to order healthy food in well-lit restaurants. A recent study published in the Journal of Marketing Research helped shed some light on our dining habits. While dim destinations—including those cozy corner booths—increase appetites for fried fare, brighter spots encourage us to eat our veggies. “When it’s well-lit, we’re not only more conscious of what we’re doing, but other people are also slightly more aware of what we’re doing,” says study co-author Dr. Brian Wansink, director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab and author of Slim by Design. Still, there are a few highlights to eating in dark spaces: We eat more slowly and enjoy meals to a greater degree. Just some food for thought.

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Vermillion Fizz Choosing a drink at Standby in Detroit is a lesson in persistence. The bar features 49 different cocktails, with far-fetched ingredients like chrysanthemum flower syrup and lemon peppercorn bitters. So we’ll make it simple: Order the Vermillion Fizz. This souped-up version of the classic gin fizz adds Campari to the usual trio of gin, citrus, and carbonization, bringing a bittersweet note to the glass. Egg white provides froth; blood orange

soda lends sweetness. “There’s nothing really complicated about it,” says bartender Joe Robinson. “It’s simply flavors that work well together with just the right portions.” And don’t worry. If you still want to test the menu's breadth— something with pumpkin-spiced bourbon or tangerine sherbet, perhaps—Joe will happily oblige.

Standby is located in The Belt, an alley lined with public art.

MAKE IT ↖ In a shaker, combine 1 ½ ounces Bombay dry gin, ¾ ounce Campari, ¾ ounce grenadine, ½ ounce lemon juice, and one egg white; shake vigorously. Once combined, add ice and shake again, until shaker is ice cold. Double-strain into a cocktail glass, and top with a splash of Pellegrino blood orange soda. Delicately place a few drops of Angostura bitters on top.

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It’s a typical Silicon Valley story, really. Man gets job at Google. Man succeeds at Google. Man leaves Google to create his own successful company. The thing that makes Jerome Ito’s story different is that his success is based on raw fish. After serving as head sushi chef at the California behemoth’s cafeteria, Ito struck out on his own and focused on poke, the Hawaiian raw fish salad. At Go Fish Poke Bar in San Jose, Ito serves up seared albacore tuna, salmon, and spicy scallops with inventive ingredients like chilled yam noodles and house-made furikake, a dried Japanese seasoning. Guests can mix and match sauces, seafood, and toppings. (Stretching the definition of poke, Ito even offers a nacho option.) He’s opening a second location this fall—6 miles from Google. Make sure to ask for extra miso crab, a house specialty.

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At Aloha Poke Co., say hello to the namesake style: tuna, salmon, or tofu with pineapple, scallions, jalapeños, and sesame vinaigrette.

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No frills poke is the thing at The Lanai. Try the Tahitian-style Poisson Cru, made with coconut milk and lime juice.

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At the University of the Incarnate Word you will find outstanding academic programs from business, psychology and cybersecurity to professional programs in pharmacy, nursing, optometry, physical therapy and osteopathic medicine. You will find a vibrant community with more than 90 organizations and 23 teams to join. Whether you’ve grown up here or you’re adopting San Antonio as your own, you’ll discover a place of support guiding you through your journey. You’ll earn a top-quality education leading to an exciting career path or your next degree in graduate or professional school. At UIW, you will know the way.

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more impromptu phone chats than a teenage girl. His whole life, as far as I could tell, was No problem, what’s up? A moment later, Ben returned to the table and picked up where he’d left off (“Where were we now, the Ten Plagues?”), only to be interrupted by the phone again. Another trip to the kitchen. None of us knew at the time, but on the other end of the line was a cardiologist at a hospital 14

Somewhere between the matzo ball soup and gefilte fish, my brother-in-law talked the cardiologist through the entire “cooling” procedure. In the morning, Ed got transferred to Penn, was “rewarmed” for eight hours, and underwent a tricky emergency triple-bypass surgery. Two days later, Ed woke from his coma, confused and agitated. He would make a slow but full recovery, and go on to see his two

Packing Ed into an ambulance in this traffic would most likely kill him. “I had to make a quick decision. The clock was ticking. And my brisket was cooking.” miles away. And he had a big problem. A patient, a previously healthy 58-year-old financial analyst named Ed Sproull, had collapsed in an elevator and gone into cardiac arrest. Though bystanders had given Ed CPR and revived him with an automated external defibrillator, he was in a coma and critically unstable. As time passed, his chances of survival plummeted. Ed’s wife, who happened to be a nurse, had told the cardiologist about a new post-arrest therapy she had heard about. Doctors at Penn were lowering patients’ temperatures by a few degrees with ice packs or cooling blankets or cold saline. Comatose people were making miraculous recoveries. Could her husband get transferred to Penn? No, he couldn’t. The raging storm had rendered emergency helicopters useless, and packing Ed into an ambulance in this brutal traffic would most likely kill him. “I had to make a quick decision,” recalls Ben. “The clock was ticking. And my brisket was cooking.”

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sons graduate from college. “One of the great fears in my life was that I wouldn’t get to see my kids grow up and be who they’re meant to be,” says Ed, now 64. “Now I’m hoping to see grandkids. I’m the luckiest man alive.” He’s not religious, but his wife has been to church every Sunday since. The Ed Sproull Passover story, which happened in 2010, has become part of our family lore. And it explains why my brother-in-law, now 46, doesn’t let random phone calls go to voicemail. BEN GREW UP in Chicago in the 1980s, which for most kids meant worshipping at one of two altars: Michael Jordan or Walter Payton. Instead, he drank deep from the cup of Galileo, chasing it with shots of Newton, Curie, and Einstein—the scientific visionaries whose curiosity and drive he recognized. His third-grade teacher encouraged his parents to transfer him to another school because he had read every science book the school owned, and she had nothing

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left to teach him. “I just remember him going into his room to play with his beakers a lot,” says his sister, Sarah, my wife. At 15, Ben began conducting experiments at a University of Chicago laboratory; at 17, he won the Museum of Science and Industry’s Outstanding Young Scientist Award and flew to Oslo for the Nobel Prize ceremony. After earning third place in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search for a genetic-engineering project in which he mapped bacterial chromosomes—just, you know, for the fun of it—Ben landed on the cover of U.S. News & World Report. The inquisitive kid who spent his adolescence practicing science the way some practice jump shots got so good that his high school lobby had a display case devoted to his exploits. “I was proud but embarrassed,” he says. Fast-forward 15 years and he had degrees from Johns Hopkins, Cambridge, and Washington University, and was working at the University of Chicago’s Emergency Resuscitation Center. Frustrated with the lack of options for cardiac arrest patients, he and the center’s director, Lance Becker, began experimenting on mice with a little-known procedure called therapeutic hypothermia. No one’s sure exactly why it works, but lowering the body temperature of a patient in distress is one of those medical oddities that goes way back. Egyptians tried it 5,000 years ago; Hippocrates recommended packing the wounded in ice to reduce bleeding in ancient Greece. In the 1930s, a Philadelphia neurosurgeon named Temple Fay invented a cooling blanket that provided patients with continuous circulation of chilled fluids. A few decades later, pioneering doctors such as Donald Benson and Peter Safar experimented with hypothermia for post-arrest patients. The practice remained on the outskirts of traditional medicine until 2002, when two randomized

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Of the 300,000-plus people who go into cardiac arrest every year in America, fewer than 11 percent leave the hospital alive. for innovation—and $5.3 billion in annual operating revenue—Penn wanted to start its own Center for Resuscitation Science. They recruited Lance, Ben, and other staffers from Chicago and relocated them to West Philadelphia. With Penn’s muscle behind cooling, its “dream team” established a protocol for post-arrest care in multiple Penn hospitals and collaborated with other institutions in southeast Pennsylvania. Ben ran online training courses and lectured everywhere from Singapore to Costa Rica. The American Heart Association officially added therapeutic hypothermia to its CPR guidelines. The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, and National Geographic all ran stories on cooling; in 2007, it landed on the cover of Newsweek. Ben’s phone rang at all hours. Calls came from physicians, from panicked family members, from a critical care unit at an Air Force hospital in Balad, Iraq. He answered them all. “One of the things I’ve always romanticized is the image of the country doctor in a small town,” he says. “You know, someone in the village runs in while you’re having coffee in your kitchen and says you’re needed in someone’s house, so you get your bag and run out to the horse and buggy. And all of a sudden you’re doing medicine wherever it’s needed. In another time and place, that would’ve been me.”

one from a person who came back from the dead. So he leans hard on cardiac arrest survivors, enlisting them to speak at resuscitation

conferences to describe how cooling saved their lives. One of those survivors is Zach Conrad. A 40-year-old finance manager from Philadelphia, Zach was biking in the woods of the Schuylkill River Trail in northwest Philadelphia four years ago when he went into cardiac arrest. A woman walking her dog saw him slumped on the side of the trail and called 911. Two other cyclists, one of whom happened to be an ER

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nurse at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, performed CPR for 15 minutes and cracked one of Zach’s ribs. An ambulance crew zapped him with a defibrillator and took him to the closest hospital, where, he was later told, the plan was “basically just to let me sit there and see what happened.” His wife, a pediatrician, got him transferred to Penn, where Ben’s team was waiting with cooling pads and chilled intravenous saline. Five days later, Zach woke from his coma, confused about what year it was but otherwise feeling fine. Today he’s back to normal, back to work, and the father of year-old twins. Though he can’t remember anything about his cardiac arrest, he can’t believe his dumb luck. “Here I am in the home city of the pioneers of this new treatment. I wind up at the wrong hospital, and they don’t even know to transfer me,” Zach says. “It was all because I happened to be married to the right person.” Of course, therapeutic hypothermia is an attempt to remove luck from the conversation, but survivors of the procedure tend to spend a lot of time talking about chance. Things like: The stars aligned . . . right place at the right time . . . if the whole thing had happened two minutes earlier . . . They praise brave bystanders who sprang into action or the random chain of events that followed. “Random” is not a word you want associated with cardiology, but the statistics are not pretty. Of the 300,000-plus people who go into cardiac arrest every year in America, fewer than 11 percent leave the hospital alive. Those who do tend to suffer permanent brain damage. Any number of reasons may explain the bleak numbers: Maybe there wasn’t an AED around when it happened, or the ambulance took too long, or the paramedics were undertrained. Other times, the only witness is too afraid to do CPR. The usual explanation, though, is that many

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therapy to spread, for research funding and public awareness to catch up, or a ruling board to develop a uniform national policy for implementing therapeutic hypothermia. “It’s one thing when it’s a therapy that hasn’t been discovered yet,” Ben says. “But this therapy is sitting right there, waiting to be used.” ON A WEDNESDAY morning in March 2015, 50 physicians, nurses,

and students filtered into a conference hall at Rutgers University’s Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. They fiddled with cellphones. Checked watches. Once seated, many crossed their arms. Prove it, their body language suggested. On stage, dwarfed by a giant flatscreen that read “Improving CPR Delivery and In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Care,” Ben began by tossing softball questions to

“At my core,” Ben says, “I’m just a big kid who’s excited to build a Lego set.” The Legos, in this case, happen to be people with no heartbeat. that most of us only recognize it as a discovery in retrospect. Medicine has always suffered from a long lag time between discovery and implementation, and Ben has never been a patient guy. He’s tired of waiting for this new

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the crowd. “What’s the best city to have a cardiac arrest in?” he asked. “Seattle,” several responded, aware of the city’s prevalence of AEDs and stellar EMS care. “Smart crowd!” Ben gushed. “In Seattle, survival is as high as 30 percent. It’s clear we could be saving tens of thousands more lives each year.” Nods all around. He spent the next 45 minutes stating his case. He’d given this presentation—equal parts lesson, public relations mission, and pep talk—hundreds of times. By the time he got to the part about cooling, the entire room appeared willing to follow wherever he led. Even the doctors tapping their toes in the back of the auditorium seemed swept up by his passion. “When you see someone who was dead, and now they’re very much alive and enjoying their family, it gets you excited,” Ben says. “At my core, I’m just a big kid who’s wide-eyed and excited to build a Lego set.” The Legos, in this case, happen to

be people with no heartbeat. The PowerPoint blitz is just one of the ways Penn spreads the word. The six faculty members, 40 allied nurses, and more than 20 staff and research coordinators affiliated with Penn’s Center for Resuscitation Science also run webinars and boot camps. And every other year, medical leaders from around the world gather for an international hypothermia symposium to learn cooling. It seems to be working. While lecturing in Seoul, South Korea, in 2015, Ben was amazed to come across an emergency physician who, in 2009, had attended Penn’s first course and returned home so energized that he created a similar course. “Now most of the major hospitals in Seoul do the therapy,” Ben tells me. “There may be thousands of Koreans alive today because of what we’ve done.” Stateside, progress takes more patience. Sarah Perman, a Penn fellow from 2011 to 2013, pushes

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/ Flight Attendant Kate McNamara and Pilot Billy Wilson, just two of our more than 50,000 all-star Employees

You’ve seen them on TV this fall, dazzling Customers by defying expectations and saying “yes” to low fares, free checked bags, and the freedom to redeem Rapid Rewards any way they want. Here’s a behind-thescenes peek at how Southwest empowers Employees to be superstars, both on screen and off.

They are the show. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JUSTIN CLEMONS

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The little boy was driving his parents mad: restless, squirmy, crawling all over the seats. Mom and Dad were at wit’s end.

Flight Attendant Kate McNamara noticed their exasperation, and rather than scold the kid (or his parents) to keep him from wriggling out of his seat, she waited patiently for the seat belt sign to be turned off. Then she turned his boundless energy into an asset. “Would you like to help me pass out snacks?” she asked him. The kid was thrilled. “Southwest wants us to take care of Customers the best we can, and they give us a lot of autonomy to do what we feel is best in any given situation,” Kate says. It’s an ethos that spans the entire Company. And it’s why, when so many other airlines are ramping up restrictions and fees, Southwest has continued to find ways to say “yes” to Customers. That’s what Transfarency is all about: giving you the freedom to check bags, change flights, and use your Rapid Rewards points however you like. It’s also why, rather than hiring actors, Southwest features their own Employees in their ads. You’ve probably seen them on TV this fall, singing and dancing to T.I.’s “Whatever You Like” or Journey’s “Any Way You Want It.” Southwest empowers them to be rock stars, on screen and in real life.

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/ Customer Service Agent Michelle Lovett, Birmingham

HOW THEY SAY “YES”

KATE MCNAMARA

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FLIGHT AT TENDANT, CHICAGO on screen She dances in the “Anthem” spot. off screen “I noticed an upset Passenger boarding a plane in Houston and asked how I might help. She told me her mom was in hospice and that her flight the previous day, with another airline, was canceled. Even missing a day—that is important in a person’s life. You can’t get that time back, but I wanted to give her as much time as I could. I gave her my Buddy Passes and kept in touch, helping her book flights so she could visit her mom as much as possible. Southwest is all about connecting People to what’s important in their lives.”

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PILOT, LAS VEGAS on screen He dances in “Anthem.” off screen “I always invite kids into the cockpit, but one time a kid sought me out: ‘Are you the pilot? I’ve always wanted to be a pilot.’ He was 9 years old, and I took him through the entire pre-flight checklist. Then I wrote a script for him to welcome the Passengers onto the plane. ‘Hello, my name is Jonah. Thank you for flying with us today.’ His grandmother later told me that it was his birthday. I hope it was one he’ll remember for a long time.”

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R AMP AGENT, CHICAGO on screen He dances in “Anthem” and sings backup in “Any Way You Want It.” off screen “My job is to take bags off the plane and deliver them to the carousel, but I make it a point to interact with Customers. One time, a guy was missing a shoe from one of his bags, and my supervisor asked me to check my cart. I searched until I found it, and rather than send someone else, I delivered the shoe personally and apologized to the gentleman, who was so relieved it hadn’t been lost.” PHOTOGRAPHY BY NATASHA LEE

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MAN Think grand plans and intimidating adventures are reserved for a different breed of traveler? Follow our intrepid guide to pull off the feats of a lifetime. BY KATHRYN O’SHEA EVANS / PHOTOGRAPHY BY NICOLLE CLEMETSON

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Learning to chiffonade herbs or perfect an airy soufflé is simply a matter of finding the right teacher. Embark on a pilgrimage to Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood, where architect-turnedpastry chef Brandi Henderson helms the pantry (1). She offers classes for 12 to 15 students in everything from pie baking (think flaky lattice crust and local raspberries) to utilizing mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, where you’ll cook wild boar shoulder with chestnuts, sugar pumpkin, and porcini. “We offer advanced class topics, but even novice cooks will be able to keep up and learn tons,” Brandi says. But unlike Top Chef Chef, there’s no need to “pack your knives and go”—they handle all supplies. Just bring your appetite. One tip: If you want your pick of topics, be sure to book a few months in advance. MORE TOP COOKING SCHOOLS Whip up a batch of jambalaya at the new orleans school of cooking (2), or take classes in homesteading (butchering and baking) at new jersey’s farm cooking school (3).

LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE Language schools offer an unrivaled travel experience, instantly connecting you with a local culture and plugging you into a community of like-minded travelers. At Costa Rica’s intercultura ← (from $275 per week, plus $145 per week for homestays), you’ll spend four hours each day learning Spanish with a small group of similarly skilled speakers, leaving plenty of time to explore the Eden-like beauty of this country. Choose from two campuses: one set in Heredia, on the outskirts of bustling San Jose, and the other in the laid-back surfing village of Samara (one potential drawback here: The crashing waves and playful monkeys outside your window may be distracting). “By the end of the first week, beginners are having simple conversations, and by the third week,

you have a big breakthrough and start to understand what people are saying in a different way,” says Laura Ellington, co-founder of Intercultura. Her No. 1 recommendation: “Request a homestay where you are the only foreigner, and practice your Spanish around town, even if you feel like you sound ridiculous. Every time you make your brain form a sentence, you’re helping cement the knowledge you gained in class.”

MORE LANGUAGE PROGRAMS TO LOVE: With solexico, learn in intimate six-person classes in Cancun, or sign up with frida spanish school to study in a Colonial-era home in Mexico City’s hip Condesa neighborhood. november 2016 southwest 79

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the new year’s eve ball drop—the one you watch on TV every year and wonder, What’s it like to actually be there? there?—started in New York City in 1907. Joining the revelry may seem a bit daunting, but a few insider tips can get you a front-row view of that crystal-encrusted orb. For starters, get there early. “When weather is mild and balmy, we see revelers arriving by 10 a.m., but you can often show up after noon and still find a spot,” says Gary Winkler, vice president of events and programming at the Times Square Alliance. “I also always tell people to dress in layers.” Food vending isn’t allowed at the party, so bring snacks and plenty of water—but before you start chugging, keep in mind there aren’t any restrooms on-site (though there are plenty of nearby restaurants if you don’t mind losing your spot). A bit uncomfortable, perhaps, but worth it for the finale. “The event is symbolic of the world coming together at one place at one time,” Gary says. “When John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ is performed just prior to the ball dropping, it’s life-altering.” MORE PARTIES NOT TO MISS

TAKE IT ALL IN

sumfest, the world’s premier reggae festival, goes off every July in Montego Bay, Jamaica. And for 28 years, Atlanta’s national black arts festival has featured some of the country’s most celebrated artists, from Spike Lee to Maya Angelou.

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Sometimes, all it takes is a birthday gift. / BY MELISSA FLANDREAU Overhead, a voice comes on the PA system: “The birthday party is about to start. The birthday party is about to start.” Paige Chenault, wearing an “Eat. Sleep. Party. Repeat.” shirt, doesn’t need the reminder. She’s transformed the dining room at Family Gateway, a homeless shelter in downtown Dallas, into a perfect—if slightly unconventional—place

for a party. Round cafeteria tables are covered with balloon-patterned tablecloths. Red streamers hang by the door. Signs proclaiming “Let’s put the art in party” line the walls. And around the room, craft stations are set up for the 35 kids waiting eagerly on the other side of the door. When that door finally swings open, the kids and their families spill into the room.

Some head straight for the buckets of beads at the bracelet-making table; others zero in on the white pillowcases that are primed for decorating. One 8-year-old girl, sporting long braids and a white T-shirt with fringed sleeves, marches to the back where a present has been stashed under a table. She crouches to inspect the wrap job. CONTINUED ON PAGE 82

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LIVE OFF THE LAND

Book a farm stay at Mendocino, California’s glendeven inn (starting at $190 for two, including breakfast, wine, and snacks), built in 1867. “People really want to feel connected to where their food is from, because their everyday lives are so disconnected,” says owner John Dixon. “Ninety-five percent of our guests opt to feed our chickens to thank them for the breakfast eggs, which is awesome.” Still, your weekend won’t be spent knee-deep in manure. The inn is luxe, with threecourse breakfasts delivered to your door, in-room massages, and down-swaddled beds. “Guests can get their cushy stay, but also connect and refresh,” John says. MORE WAYS TO REAP THE BOUNTY Experience a John Wayne-esque lifestyle (trail rides!) at a to z guest ranch in Smithville, Oklahoma. And make a few pit stops on the way, at The Living Kitchen Farm and Dairy (local, seasonal fare is served to small groups in a charming farm cabin) in Depew and at Lake Eufaula State Park, where you can fish from an enclosed, heated dock.

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“Is it your birthday this month?” a volunteer asks. She shakes her head. She just wants to peek. Like any good event planner, Paige knows there’s an art to pulling off the perfect party. There’s the venue to choose, decorations to buy, a menu to plan. When she started her

own events company in Dallas in 2005, it meant deciding details for weddings and bar and bat mitzvahs. But for almost five years now, these birthday parties have been her event of choice. In 2008, on a flight to visit a friend in Cincinnati, Paige stumbled upon a Parents magazine article about children’s parties.

Five months pregnant with her daughter, she began dreaming up Lizzie’s future birthdays. But when she opened another magazine soon after, she was faced with a photo of a boy with sunken eyes. “All I could think was, What about him? This child will never feel celebrated the way I know I can celebrate Lizzie.”

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The image stayed with Paige, “a fire in the belly kind of thing.” By the time her trip was over, she’d devised a plan to throw birthday parties for kids in homeless shelters. In 2012, The Birthday Party Project was born. Family Gateway was the nonprofit’s first partner, but the organization CONTINUED ON PAGE 84

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now teams with 30 different homeless and transitional living facilities in 12 cities across the country, from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. Paige, her five team members, and an army of volunteers have celebrated more than 3,000 birthdays, and in 2014, Paige stopped juggling her events company and focused on The Birthday Party Project full time. Each month, TBPP and its partner organizations host a party and invite all the minors currently living in each shelter. The birthday kids receive a $30 present, and volunteers, called “birthday enthusiasts,” help run different activities. Everyone gets a cupcake. Behind the scenes, Paige and party manager Annie Mullins—referred to as the “director of magic”—carefully plan themes: “Art Party” in August,

“Thankful” in November, and “Winter Wonderland” in December. For the most part, they stay the same every year, but specific activities can change depending on the number of kids at the shelter. “Homelessness,” Paige says, “looks a lot of different ways. With domestic violence agencies, for example, families move in and out so quickly, so we

have to continue the dialogue of who’s there now.” Sometimes that means the guest list shrinks; other times it means last-minute work to make sure a new birthday kid has a present. But Paige says these challenges are minor compared to the obstacles faced by families every day. At one recent party, a mother approached Paige. Her family had moved into the shelter the night before, and her three daughters had birthdays coming up, three months in a row. “She grabbed me and said, ‘You’re the birthday woman?’ And she held me and just cried and thanked me. I thought, I’m not the hero in this.” This year Family Gateway, the Dallas shelter, will serve more than 400 families (about 825 children) as they work to find long-term housing. At first glance, their dining room isn’t an ideal party venue—kitchen appliances fill one side of the

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she was a thoughtful, selfless woman who made other people’s burdens her own. She hardly took the time to sit, much less treat herself. On my wedding day, she declined makeup and hairstyling and instead spent the afternoon ironing bridesmaids’ dresses and crafting centerpieces, slipping into her own unflashy gown moments before my brother walked her down the aisle. That night after the reception, when I left to catch the last bus to the hotel, she was still in the kitchen washing glassware. When I became an adult, I started treating her myself, insisting she board a plane and meet me at a destination I’d picked for our mother-daughter vacation: Key West, Florida. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Port Aransas, Texas. I loved my mom the most on those trips. Away from her typical responsibilities, she was relaxed, open, and excited

about new places and experiences. She was a stranger from the woman I knew back home, where she was mired in an eternal flurry of cooking and cleaning. In February 2013 I booked a suite at San Diego’s famous Hotel del Coronado, a place with poolside cabanas and a $93 brunch, where welldressed servers deliver piña coladas to daybeds in the sand. I urged my brother to join us, and Mom flew from Atlanta, her thinning hair covered by a blue headscarf. I didn’t know then that this trip would be our last. She was in the midst of ongoing chemotherapy treatments, but she treated breast cancer like any other event in her life—it was a project, something she was in control of. In the beginning, she bought a pink three-ring binder and dutifully filed away the piles of paperwork that

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF ALISON MILLER

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came with every doctor’s visit. She insisted on driving herself to and from appointments. And rather than dropping everything to travel the world, she worked. In San Diego, we zigzagged through the zoo, watched whales from the deck of a 90-foot boat, and laughed until we cried pedaling a four-person surrey bike through the streets of Coronado. At a café in Ocean Beach, over burritos and fresh-squeezed

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juices, I told her and my brother I was pregnant. Just over a year later, on April 21, 2014—four days shy of her 59th birthday—my mother sat up in bed for the last time. I spoon-fed her final meal to her: vanilla ice cream with Hershey’s chocolate syrup on top. Moments later, I wiped away tears as I spoon-fed oatmeal baby cereal to my 5-month-old daughter, Avery. The next day, my mom’s eyes stayed closed and her

breathing slowed. I briefly left her side to warm a bottle for Avery. When I came back, she was gone. Afterward, I responded like my mother would have, diving back into my harried routine: Get up, drive to daycare, work, drive to daycare again, wash bottles, repeat. My husband, Dan, and I saw Avery for an hour in the morning, and an hour or two at night. The weeks went by, and as our daughter grew more animated, we grew more discontented. About that time, an idea started bubbling in our minds. What if we just said no? No to climbing the career ladder, no to counting vacation days, no to spending $1,000 a month on daycare so we could maintain a dual-income household. And yes to quitting our jobs, selling our house, and venturing to the American Southwest to see as many national parks—and beautiful, interesting places between them—as we could. In the evenings after we put Avery to bed, we’d lay out our map of the National Park System and sketch possible routes. We charted a course that took us from West Texas’ Big Bend to Arizona’s Saguaro, and on to Joshua Tree, Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and Yosemite in California. We’d drive east to the Grand Canyon before hitting Zion, Bryce Canyon, and Arches in Utah. After swinging by Mesa Verde, our final stop would be Great Sand Dunes in southern Colorado. And then we did it. At a time in our daughter’s life when we were supposed to be planting our feet in a ZIP code with a good school district, we pushed off into the great wide open—unemployed, unbound, and unworried. Bedtimes be damned. Over the next six weeks, we spent our days hiking, biking, eyeing wildlife, and gazing at grand expanses, staring off into the distance with mouths agape and repeating things like, “Man, it’s big out here.” More often than not, we could step outside at night and see 180 degrees of star-studded sky.

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And then we did it. We pushed off into the great wide open—unemployed, unbound, and unworried. Bedtimes be damned. Once, early on in the trip, we found ourselves whispering for no reason, an unintentional reaction to the pure silence around us. And though we had planned a route, we often allowed our surroundings to inform our next move. Should we sing along to “Rawhide” at Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill cowboy dinner show? Yes. Should we load Avery, 17 months by then, into the baby backpack and hike 6 miles into the Grand Canyon? Yes. Should we tack three more national parks onto our itinerary? Yes. Yes. Yes. Along the way, we grew to appreciate things we’d once taken for granted. You don’t know the joy of a hot shower—even if it’s in an unsavory campground bathroom—until you’ve wiped away two days’ worth of sweat and

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Sonoran dust from your body. Fatigued from physical activity, we ate with the appetite of teenage boys and slept like tired, old dogs. So many times we just stopped and breathed the air. In the mornings, rather than hustling to get out the door on time, we plopped Avery in our bed and let her babble and cover us with raspberries. We walked along trails together, stopping every few feet so she could scoop up a handful of dirt and send it dissipating into the air. At night, we read to her by the light of a headlamp until she fell asleep. And then we’d close our eyes too, pausing to reflect on the day, the trip, and the exciting unknown of our future. On the first anniversary of my mom’s death, the three of us gathered around a campfire amidst

towering Jeffrey pines, just beyond the south shore of Lake Tahoe. Avery sat on Dan’s lap, while I sunk into my camp chair, zipped my sweatshirt a little tighter, and wished she were there—wished she were alive and healthy and could fly to Vegas or L.A. or Tucson to join us. I would’ve had to pester her to make the trip, I know, but she would’ve loved it. When I looked over at Avery, her head the only part of her not wrapped in a blanket, her cheeks were flush from the chill, and she was struggling to defy heavy eyelids. It was the kind of quiet moment that has the power to push everything else aside, the kind of moment I vowed I’d make time for, the kind I wish my mom had enjoyed more of. The Millers currently call North Carolina home. See highlights of their trip at runofthemillers.tumblr. com. You can shoot Alison a note at alisonlynmiller@gmail.com.

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REESE’S RETREAT Pint-sized pirates will love this buccaneerthemed, wheelchairaccessible playground featuring a mock sailboat and friendly sea serpent.

Seek out a sweet treat Bengees Ice Cream Crafters This small shop serves cronut ice cream sandwiches —warm croissantdoughnut hybrids stuffed with flavored scoops. Stick Station Customize fruit- or milk-based popsicles at this trendy emporium. Try adding pretzel crumbs, sour cherries, or honeycomb. Amara Chocolate & Coffee This South American bistro serves truffles, churros, and an award-winning sipping chocolate.

roving around The JPL’s small museum houses scale models of rovers, robots, and satellites.

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At the forefront of cosmic exploration since 1944, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory developed America’s first Earth-orbiting science satellite and the first successful interplanetary spacecraft. Today, the JPL continues its celestial work for NASA with the help of pioneering robots managed by the California Institute of Technology. Earthlings can reserve a spot on one of the free weekly tours—recommended for ages 8 and up—which include a multimedia presentation on the research center’s history and current projects, as well as access to the flight operations and spacecraft assembly facilities.

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LUL A MAE Pop into this quirky stationery boutique for one of their weekly workshops, which cover everything from loom weaving to calligraphy.

VROMAN’S BOOKSTORE This famous 122-year-old mainstay hosts more than 400 free happenings and book signings annually.

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While the Rose Bowl Flea Market is known for its extensive eclectic offerings, Pasadena-based blogger Annette Vartanian prefers a personalized approach to bargain hunting. Through her site, A Vintage Splendor, fashionistas can book styling services or a shopping party. Stops along her tour often include High Low Vintage, which carries clothing from the ’60s and ’70s, and the Pasadena Antique Center and Annex, featuring nearly 130 vendors—including some that supplied midcentury modern furniture to the set of the TV show “Mad Men.”

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Doo Dah Parade Locals ham it up on wacky floats at the “twisted sister” of the conventional Rose Parade. See the 39th rendition on Nov. 20. Pasadena Playhouse Book a free behind-thescenes tour of the official state theatre of California, which jumpstarted the careers of actors like Gene Hackman and Dustin Hoffman. Santa Anita Park Cheer on your pick at this thoroughbred race track or take a tram ride through the stables.

evolving ideas The library’s permanent exhibition highlights scientific discoveries.

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It’s hard to know where to begin at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. The archives contain roughly six million items, including a Gutenberg Bible, a first folio edition of William Shakespeare’s plays, and letters from Abraham Lincoln and Susan B. Anthony. Four galleries feature British, French, and American art, including Thomas Gainsborough’s renowned life-size painting “The Blue Boy.” The surrounding gardens cover more than 120 acres with 15,000 plant varieties. Don’t miss the Desert Garden, one of the world’s largest outdoor collections of cactuses and succulents.

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GAMBLE HOUSE Built for David and Mary Gamble (of Proctor & Gamble), this Craftsman-style abode was deeded to the city for use as a museum of American arts and crafts.

NORTON SIMON MUSEUM Works by Cézanne, Degas, and Van Gogh dot the impressive private art collection of industrialist tycoon Norton Simon.

WRIGLEY GARDENS Wander 4.5 acres that once belonged to the Wrigley chewing gum family, featuring more than 1,500 varieties of roses, camellias, and annuals.

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Feast on Innovation

For some restaurateurs, starting from scratch each month would be panic-inducing. For chef Claud Beltran, it’s a welcome challenge that’s made The Eatery—his unpretentious, creative test kitchen—so successful. Themed menus evoke flavors from specific regions, focus on a single ingredient, or pay homage to pop culture. (Think house-made Scandinavian squid ink pasta, a garlic-centric feast, or dishes inspired by a 1960s steakhouse.) Make reservations now to taste the November menu, a tribute to the late American chef Charlie Trotter. Savor these fun foodie experiences

CONGREGATION ALE HOUSE Imbibing is a religious experience under high rafters and stainedglass windows. Sip the in-house Hop Communion, a red ale.

Saute Culinary Academy Ten miles east of Pasadena, former Le Cordon Bleu instructor Alexander Reyes teaches small group cooking classes. Melting Pot Food Tours Stroll the streets of Old Pasadena, sampling the area’s rich ethnic cuisine, from Oaxacan to Middle Eastern. Rose Tree Cottage & English Village Shop Peruse wares from the U.K., followed by afternoon tea overlooking the garden.

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Whether you’re hungry for lunch or dinner, casual eatery Calafuria delivers on great Italian flavors. During the week, the bistro menu offers Roman-style pizzas, freshly made sandwiches, salads, pastas, and traditional Mediterranean fare. On the weekends, four-course, fi xed-menu dinners are the main attraction.

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More than 60 vibrant murals painted by local, national, and international artists adorn Reno’s MidTown District, and that number continues to grow. For a guided tour of the street art, meet at the Blue Whale Coffee Company on the second Saturday of the month. Or take a self-guided route using an online map from Art Spot Reno.

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Scale Whitney Peak Hotel’s climbing wall.

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LAKE TAHOE The crystal-clear surface of Lake Tahoe sits 6,225 feet above sea level, and the fun, well, it just gets bigger from there. A year-round destination, the area is especially popular during ski season, when it becomes a winter wonderland boasting the highest concentration of ski resorts in North America.

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After a day on the slopes, pull up a stool at Alibi Ale Works for a pint of craft beer made with pure Lake Tahoe water. The establishment’s core beers are a porter, a saison, and a pale ale, but brewmasters regularly rotate in suds from a list of nearly 20 in-house favorites.

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Named in honor of master boat craftsman Garfield “Gar” Wood, Gar Woods Grill & Pier sits on Carnelian Bay. For nearly 30 years, boaters and diners have navigated to the restaurant for its California cuisine, hand-cut steaks, and fresh Pacific seafood.

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Celebrating its 50th anniversary season, Diamond Peak Ski Resort offers one of the most coveted freshpowdered landscapes in the region.

With an annual average snowfall of around 300 inches, enjoy 30 named trails—including beginner, intermediate, and advanced runs— that make up 655 acres of skiable ground. Or show off at Spillway Park, one of the only terrain parks with a view of Lake Tahoe. First timer? Sign up for lessons with an instructor at the resort’s award-winning ski and snowboard school.

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While the Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel, a sister location eight hours south, focuses on theme parks, the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel is known more for its proximity to nature’s playground. Just outside its front doors, the gondola awaits to whisk you skyward to snowy peaks. Return to the lodge for a nightcap or swim at the heated indoor pool before retiring for a good night’s sleep in a cozy two-bedroom suite.

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Four years ago, the founders of Festival Sayulita launched this multicultural gathering that promotes the arts community in a small Mexican beach town, just an hour northwest of Puerto Vallarta. Attendees enjoy five full days of film, music, surfing, and libations. Cinema buffs take in the international film festival, while music lovers groove to an eclectic lineup of Mexican R&B, rock, cumbia, and punk artists. Attend one of the pairing dinners, where restaurateurs team up with mezcal and tequila distillers (or vintners and brewers) for an unforgettable meal. As if that’s not enough action, the festival also features a pro and amateur surf competition in the waves of the Pacific. festivalsayulita.com november 2016 southwest 109

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Explore the Panhandle Since 2014, the masses have flocked to the Florida Panhandle for nearly two weeks of culturally and artistically diverse entertainment. Foo Foo Festival offers more than 20 different events—both free and ticketed—including book signings, writing workshops, ballet performances, and 60-voice choral ensembles. This year, attendees will have the chance to see a parking garage that artists have transformed into a 3,000-square-foot mural, as well as the opportunity to witness the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels dip and dive overhead. Something smell delicious? Stroll over to the Pensacola Egg Fest, held on November 13, to chow on barbecue at Blue Wahoos Stadium. foofoofest.com NOVEMBER 11–JANUARY 8 WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA

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During the 12 days of Christmas— or any time between November and January, actually—visit Oglebay Resort’s Winter Festival of Lights. Drive through 6 miles of the resort's grounds, as more than 80 multicolor LED displays light your way. Start your journey on a trolley from Wilson Lodge, and then wind past Schenk Lake and the Good Zoo. Once off the trolley, stroll through the Christmas Tree Garden and get a look at the life-size nativity scene. Other fan favorites include the rainbow tunnel, Ferris wheel, and Peanuts character displays. oglebay-resort.com/ festival NOVEMBER 12–MARCH 12 NEW YORK CITY

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Contrary to their chart-topping song, we think you’ll get plenty of satisfaction from Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones. The legends—Mick, Keith, Charlie, and Ronnie—are unlocking their archive so fans can relive more than 50 years of revolutionary music.

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With more than 500 items on display, this never-before-seen collection of memorabilia includes costumes, instruments, personal diaries, album art, and a re-creation of the band’s recording studio. Wall quotes throughout the nearly 20,000 square feet of gallery space offer background and reveal untold stories. stonesexhibitionism.com NOVEMBER 18–20 PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS

Discover New Lands

It’s not pilgrims sailing in on the Mayflower, but the parade during America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration is a close second. This historically accurate parade brings to life America’s heritage from the 17th century to present day. The procession features handmade floats, drum and bugle corps, re-enactment units, and an abundance of patriotism. Step back in time as you wander through the artisan marketplace where tinsmiths, basket weavers, and potters wield their skills for all to see. And what’s Thanksgiving without a feast? Shop the harvest market or indulge in seasonal treats at New England’s Food Festival. Before leaving town, visit the harbor for a tour of a replica Mayflower and a look at the iconic Plymouth Rock. usathanksgiving.com JANUARY 24–FEBRUARY 5 BRECKENRIDGE, COLORADO

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This ain’t no snowman building contest. Over the course of five days, artists from all over the globe will chisel away at 12-foot, 20-ton blocks of snow at this year’s International Snow Sculpture Championships. Using only hand tools, teams of four carve out towering monoliths that are secured on platforms equipped with colored lights. Past notables have included an elephant, a Dia de los Muertos skull, and a robo-octopus. Once completed, spectators can tour the glowing garden of snow creations. gobreck.com

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Go International  SET YOUR SIGHTS Along with the nearby National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral is one of the buildings adjacent to the Zócalo.

including Mexico City. From vibrant culture to beautiful vistas, this bustling capital has it all.

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XOCHIMILCO Since the mid-19th century, colorful, gondola-like barges called trajineras have transported locals and tourists alike through this borough’s system of canals, located just south of downtown. While traveling via trajinera, watch for Xochimilco’s famous chinampas, or floating gardens.

Boarding, Customs, and Immigration CONNECTING TO AN INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT

• Go directly to the Southwest departure gate. • Checked bags will be transferred automatically. • You should not have to leave the secure part of the airport.

CONNECTING FROM AN INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT

• Depending on point of departure, Customers may have to clear U.S. Immigration before collecting checked baggage from the baggage carousel.

• You will then proceed through customs to clear checked and carryon baggage. • Customers traveling from some countries go through the customs process before returning to the United States. • If you have checked baggage, proceed to the Southwest recheck desk or ticket counter to check your bags for the final portion of your trip. • Customers traveling internationally into the United States with a connecting flight may carry liquids in carryon

baggage, provided they were purchased in duty-free shops and placed in secure, tamperevident bags. • Proceed to your departure gate. If you do not have a boarding pass for your connecting flight, you must obtain one at the ticket counter or at kiosks near the Southwest recheck desk before proceeding to your gate.

U.S. CUSTOMS DECLARATION FORM*

Who must complete this form: • All Passengers (or one Passenger per family with the same address) bound for the U.S. How to complete this form: • Complete before arrival in the U.S. • Write in English, in capital letters. • Be sure to include the street name and number, city, and state of your address in the U.S. • If you are transiting through the U.S., you may write TRANSIT

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Insider’s Mexico City Southwest serves 12 international destinations,

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MUSEO NACIONAL DE ARTE This

museum, housed in a neoclassical building, boasts nearly 4,000 works, ranging from the 16th to 20th century.

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ZÓCALO Start in the center

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF MUSEO NACIONAL DE ARTE (SCULPTURES)

of everything. Officially known as Plaza de la Constitución, Mexico City’s main square teems with life. Dig into the nation’s rich history, enjoy flavorful food, and watch traditional dances.

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and your final destination country. Lines 5 and 6 may be left blank if not using a passport. On Line 9, enter WN for Southwest, followed by your specific flight number. Please read both sides of the declaration. Sign at the “X.”

MEXICAN CUSTOMS DECLARATION FORM

Who must complete this form: • All Passengers (or one Passenger per family with the same

address) on flights bound for Mexico. How to complete this form: • Complete sections 1–6. • Once completed, sign and date the form. MEXICAN IMMIGRATION FORM

Who must complete this form: • All Passengers (including children) who are not citizens of Mexico, on flights bound for Mexico. How to complete this form: • Complete sections 1–14 on the top portion of the form and

TEOTIHUACAN Thirty miles northeast of Mexico City lie the ruins of the Mesoamerican metropolis known as the “City of the Gods.” If you’re after panoramic views, bring your walking shoes and climb the 248 steps to the top of the Pyramid of the Sun.

sections 1–10 on the bottom portion of the form. • Once completed, sign and date the top portion of the form. • Sections on the form titled “USO OFICIAL” are for use by Mexican Immigration officials and should not be filled out by Passengers. What to do with this form: • The form will be separated as Passengers proceed through Mexican Customs. • Make sure to retain the bottom portion of the form, which serves as your visa while in

Mexico. It must be surrendered at time of checkin for your return flight. Passengers unable to present this form at time of departure will be fined by Mexican Immigration. * Go to cbp.gov to download, fill out, and print this form before your next international flight.

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To connect to our entertainment portal using your iOS device, Android™ device, or Mac or PC laptop, follow the instructions below.

IOS

Tap the Settings icon.

Tap the WiFi icon.

Tap the On/Off button and turn WiFi On.

Tap SouthwestWiFi in the list of WiFi networks and confirm connection.

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Our entertainment portal should load automatically. If not, click the address bar and type in Southwest wifi.com.

Select your entertainment option and enjoy.

ANDROID

Tap the Settings icon.

Tap the WiFi icon.

Tap the On/Off button and turn WiFi On.

Tap SouthwestWiFi in the list of WiFi networks and confirm connection.

Tap the Internet icon.

Our entertainment portal should load automatically. If not, click the address bar and type in Southwest wifi.com.

Select your entertainment option and enjoy.

LAPTOPS

Click the WiFi icon.

Select SouthwestWiFi from the list of WiFi networks by clicking on it and confirm connection.

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Our entertainment portal should load automatically. If not, click the address bar and type in Southwest wifi.com.

Select your entertainment option and enjoy.

 FREE MOVIES! Queue up The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and Part 2 or Now You See Me,* courtesy of TownePlace Suites. And if you book a stay at TPS, you’ll earn points for each qualifying stay. MORE INFORMATION:

• Content and services are offered on WiFi-enabled aircraft only. We cannot guarantee that connecting flights will be WiFi-enabled. • Service on flights to/from

destinations outside the contiguous U.S. may not currently be available for the entire flight. • Movies and select TV content require download of the free AirTime Player app.

• Pricing information can be found on the Inflight Entertainment Portal. • In order to provide a topnotch WiFi experience, we prohibit access to certain

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THIS ONE’S ON US Business Select® Customers receive a free premium drink on the day of travel.

Baileys and Coff ee  , while waiting to board a plane at Ireland’s Shannon Airport, IN 1952

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Dewar’s® Scotch Jack Daniel’s® Wild Turkey® Tanqueray® Gin Bacardi® Rum

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You must be 21 years or older to drink alcoholic beverages. According to the U.S. Surgeon General, women who are pregnant or who may become pregnant should not drink alcoholic beverages because of the risk of birth defects. Images of the alcoholic beverage product do not reflect how it is actually served. Customer will not receive a beverage with a cap.

Valid Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards® drink coupons, as shown here, are printed with expiration dates and the Member’s (or issuing group’s) name. Business Select® drink coupons are valid for same-day use only. Valid Rapid Rewards and Business Select drink coupons will be accepted onboard for beer, wine, and liquor. RECYCLING

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SACRAMENTO OAKLAND SAN FRANCISCO (SFO) SAN JOSE

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DENVER KANSAS CITY

ST. LOUIS

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YOU’RE ON BURBANK LOS ANGELES (LAX) YOUR WAY LONG BEACH You can get to a number of other cities via Southwest destinations. Travel to Santa Fe via Albuquerque, Palm Springs via Ontario, Galveston via Houston, and more. Service between some cities/airports is not offered.

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