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I went far!

I went farther today on the MAX than I've done ever before. PAST Beaverton, all the way into Hillsboro... just to drop off an application. Took me over an hour to get out there. And then the lady I gave it to said that the boss had said he wasn't looking at any more applications for two weeks. Ginger, I expect you to nag him gently for me so he looks at it sooner, okay? ;-)

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fayanora
Jan. 16th, 2008 07:12 am (UTC)
Lot farther out than I'd ever been. I'd been to the Merlo area once to retrieve my bike after I forgot it on the bus (only made that mistake once).
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fayanora
Jan. 17th, 2008 05:56 am (UTC)
The weird thing is, I still don't know why it ended up in Merlo. The bus I left it on was on its way to Barbur City.
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fayanora
Jan. 17th, 2008 07:49 pm (UTC)
All I know is that I called the lost and found, they told me to pick it up in Merlo, and lo and behold, there it was.
kengr
Jan. 17th, 2008 05:22 am (UTC)
My friend Lin used to live just short of the Cornelius city limits. So to visit her, I had to get on Max, ride it to the end of the line, then transfer to the 57 Forest grove and ride *that* for another 20 or 30 minutes.

Made for *long* trips.

BTW, at several places along the Westside Max (and downtown at the train station/bus depot) you can get a bus from Lincoln County Transit. This will let you take a bus all the way to the coast!

Only a few trips a day, in the morning and evening, as it's intended for commuting. But come summer, it'd be a way to take a day trip to the beach. :-)




Edited at 2008-01-17 05:31 am (UTC)
fayanora
Jan. 17th, 2008 05:57 am (UTC)
indeed!
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