BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ Holiday travel weather was starting out
ideal in the Dakotas, but some air travelers were knocked off
schedule by fog in Chicago.
Sixty-three-year-old Robert Johnson, of Fargo, was trying to get
home to Houston but his arrival was pushed back about five hours to
10 p.m. He says the delay is out of his control so he was staying
Johnson, who owns a cleaning service in Fargo, says he's looking
forward to yams, homemade cornbread and rice dressing, which are
``things I don't get up here.''
Eighteen-year-old Katelyn Weimerskirch, a freshman at North
Dakota State University, was headed from Fargo to East Dubuque,
Ill., but feared she would get stuck in Chicago if her connecting
flight goes on time.
Says Weimerskirch, ``The weather is not doing me any favors.''