I'm tired of construction. Is there no rest for the weary? But, I haven't stopped taking photos, I just haven't written about them. So let's look way way back at the month of May.
Worst: KSTP investigates if people prefer traffic. So, I-94 is closed and University is down to one lane. If they talk to people sitting at a stoplight, will say waiting in traffic is A) annoying? or B) the most amazing thing they've ever done? What a scoop! What brave journalism! Eyewitness News investigates...10 feet in front of their studios.
Best: Trees. Yes, I've mentioned it before, but the more that go in, the more obsessed I am.
Worst: Intertrack fence. That is what that is, right? I just have never been into it.
Best: The Bacon Trolley. This new food truck is just pandering to me. Pork and trolleys? Yes, please.
Worst: People not knowing how to use a "T" intersection. Because Berry Street does not go through, drivers seem to have lost all logic for how to use this half-intersection. This gentleman is stopped at a red light. In the far side of the intersection. In the crosswalk. Yeah, you better believe I'm taking your picture!
Best: West Bank station. I don't know if it's the best, but it sure is the biggest. You might say we're buying a Stairway to Heaven. Or something.
Worst: Bus wrapping. I get it, I just don't like it. (Can anyone name this location?)
Best: When you actually get the cushy bus with the spot that holds groceries, AND the seat next to it! This never happens. Sometimes bus karma pays back in wonderful ways.
Worst: Crosswalk tape. I am donating a straight edge and a pencil to Walsh.
Best: Non-confrontational signage. I'll take it! Although I'd still like to purchase the "Blight Rail" sign that used to hang in this spot.
Worst: Parking on the guideway at the Farmers Market. I had a small heart attack, but I am going to have to get over this, at least long enough to shop for produce without hyperventilating.
Best: Tickets! Knowing where to tap the card is of the utmost importance.
Worst: Tagging on my new sidewalk. I suppose if I call the city on them, they'll say it's for construction or something. I've just never been so protective of concrete.
Best: Slabs at 4th and Cedar. I think that train might just come through here after all!
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