Yesterday morning was a really good time for me. First, I reached almost the bottom [sic] of the Sounder line in Tacoma and slung back to Seattle on the commuter train [sic]. Then, it was an intermediate trip to the University of Washington Seattle, in which then I took it [sic] to Bellevue. Afterwards, it was a long trip to Lynnwood and then [sic] to the top of the Sounder line, Everett Station. Two really slow BRT routes (Swift and RapidRide E-line) followed my landing at Everett Station; [then I] touched back down in Seattle [sic] late afternoon. In several short traffic bottlenecks, I got to Mount Rainier High School in the evening [sic]. Really ambitious trip itinerary [sic] that would have cost at least $30 if it weren’t for the In Motion program.
I was on the 535 to Lynnwood when a kid sat right next to me in the back. Given how this was over two years ago, I did not know the conversation started. Continue reading ““Damn, that’s a mission!””