Back in the depths of fly-over country… J/k, I’m from here, kinda…
Greyhounds. People diss them, sometimes they get waylaid by knife-wielders, but you know what Jack Kerouac and the beat generation loved?
Greyhounds. Get a ticket, go anywhere, see the sights, intersect with interesting cross sections of humanity (there are a lot of Amish people on this particular bus)…
And with today’s modern era, it comes with comfortable seats, wifi, and a nice little bathroom. And built in chargers
This is actually a pretty nice way to travel, really wish people would lose their attitudes toward buses/public transportation.
On the other hand, it can take 50 minutes on a city bus to go five miles, so there is that.
Sheboygan War Memorial.
(Bored, on bus musings)
Who but a fool, would take a master who was not his own?
-today’s made up biblical sounding quotation
That opens up another question…why would one not lead oneself? It’s perfectly explainable in terms of skill/learning, but there’s an element of what might be an inherent part of (some) human nature.