My commute to work is roughly 30-40 minutes, and I just wanted to share some of the things I typically see.
The day starts with me walking to the bus stop. On my way there, I see the highway backed up with traffic.
And of course, an artsy photo of the fence for no reason at all. Look at that bokeh. ^_^
There’s an insane hill that I walk down to get to the bus stop.
This part of the neighborhood is kind of grimy, but there’s a softer side.
Lots of homeless folks live under this bridge. You’ll usually see them set up camp with a full set up.
Another artsy photo. Check out that sharpness. ^_^
Here’s my bus stop. It’s kind of nasty… I really don’t like to think about what all the black stuff is on the ground, surrounding the area.
I typically take the 9 or 9R into the city.
Typically I don’t get a seat for the first half of the ride, and then somewhere along the way some spots open up. Unfortunately, there are usually crazy people on the bus in the morning. *sigh*
Here’s the path I take to get to work.
And this is what my stop looks like. There you have it—my daily commute. Some days I’ll take in an Uber if I’m running little behind… and hopefully in the future I can ride in on my boosted board. ^_^