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Train, Rain, Delays and a Flat...

Old 05-31-19, 03:17 PM
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Train, Rain, Delays and a Flat...

...but yesterday's commute was still better than driving!
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Yep. Any day when you arrive safely is a win over driving.
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My first commuting route involved crossing 7 railroad tracks. It was liberating to use an underpass after the office moved.
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