Today I decided on a bit of a round about way to get to work. First a view of my commute (this is for the local office, not my Redmond Commute).
Instead of just heading along on the walk shown above (or one of the multitudes of routes (358, 5, 26, 28, or even the 30, 17, or otherwise with a little bit of a walk before) I went for the following trip.
First I boarded (at Dexter and Denny) the King County Metro #8 (Click the #8 to see the route map) headed east and went to Capital Hill for a coffee at Stumptown. It had been a while since I had one of their brews so I felt it was a good Friday idea. I got off the bus at Broadway and headed toward the Stumptown at 616 East Pine Street. Saw a few buses roll by heading into Seattle proper packed to the rim with people. The #8 route is shown below.
I enjoyed a capacino and once I finished a bit of blogging and reflection I walked down a block and boarded the #11 heading into town. A short ride and I then walked over and boarded the #17 out to 1515 Westlake for the end of my morning journey.
A round about way to get to work, but fun in the end. It’s always nice to get a little bit of a different view of the city and all the morning flows of people to and from. For the evening commute, I may walk, may bus, or maybe zig zag across the city street, I’ve no idea yet. With that, I’m off.