Friday Public Transport Music™, November 30 – are there bus routes in Dante’s Inferno?

Shaky morning light

I know I should have gotten the proper camera out of the backpack to do the morning sky and the orange light reflecting in the rails proper credit. But in the end, couldn’t the atmosphere of the photo be interpreted as a little gloomy, shaky, hellish?

In any case, that’s what morning transport developed into one stop down the line. It must take a special sort of mind to construct a bus plan for the rapid bus line stopping at this station so that  passengers arriving by train precisely will have time to reach the top of the stair leading down the road and the bus stop before the bus leaves. So near and yet so far. Mwuhahahahahah…

And, of course, the next bus 10 minutes later would be one that has its end station only halfway to where I need to go. So there you go – another 10 minutes wait. Harrumph! (yes, grumpy old man again… ;))

My life only got better again when I discovered that there were still chocolate croissants left from the department Friday breakfast 🙂

And of course an upside was that I had pleeenty of time to listen to music on the way:

Ensom (unplugged) – Medina
Behind These Hazel Eyes – Kelly Clarkson
Blue Moanin’ – Bachman Turner Overdrive
The Man With The Child In His Eyes – Kate Bush
Samba Pa Ti – Santana
Funkytown – Lipps, Inc.
Forelsket i København – Sinne Eeg
Paradise By The Dashboard Light – Meat Loaf
Besame Mucho – Diana Krall

Photo by me.
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