A post-potluck sighting on 125th NE, near Roosevelt.
The Bus Fam’s off to spend a few days in the Motor City, during which we will hopefully participate in (or eavesdrop on*) many a bus-wide discussion.
In the meantime, please help me with a caption for this lovely photo Bus Nerd snapped while we waited for the 4 on Memorial Day.
Northbound 4/48 stop (23rd & Yesler), 3:40 PM
You will note that Nerd is more respectful and considerate than I; he chose to include only feet and legs in this one.
As always, the …
I’m going with DreadPoetJethro and his bus/shoe haiku:
Gets you to destinations
Where buses don’t go
What’s with the popularity of haiku these days? I haven’t written one since fourth grade. Of course, I’m not exactly a talent in the poetry department… I digress.
I especially enjoyed DPJ’s follow-up poem:
Oops! FlexShoe is now
Known by newer name: ZipShoe
(They added Velcro)
I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m still missing “FlexShoe.”
This one’s from the northbound 3rd & Union stop, in front of the post office:
(I also have a closer view.)
OK, so it isn’t as good as the snowboard guy or the rooster, but I’m counting on you witty types to make it so.
Best caption wins the admiration and envy of the rest of us.
I had two favorites, but I finally settled on this one:
“14 to Summit here. 14 to Mt. Baker over there.”
Extra brownie points for the stop/route knowledge.
The runner up:
“One of these has gotta be a snow route.”
All of the captions were great, though. I can’t wait to do that again.
You guys did such a great job with the rooster photo that I’ve decided to let you have a go at this one, taken last week at 5th & Jackson:
Best caption (as judged by me–with perhaps a bit of input by Bus Nerd) wins, well…nothing. We’ll all think you’re really cool and clever, though.