Where To Buy A Pocket Bike
I left my book somewhere... Probably in the office. I've been meaning to read more, and so I just ordered like six or seven books from Amazon. That will take me forever to read. I don't have much of a system for reading. I steal time on the train...when I don't bike in. We're at 59th street now... In Brooklyn. Oh, did I mention I'm on the subway? Well, I guess that's obvious from the picture. Anyone intesting gets off the R and walks across the platform here to catch the express. Unfortunately, there aren't too many interesting people on the R to begin with. I don't live in the kind of gentrified Brooklyn that all the skinny hipsters are "reclaiming" from industry and the working poor. I live in real Brooklyn...where people only come into "the city" for work and then they come back home. Its the land of commuter sneaker secretary moms and dads who work for the phone company. As we pass through Sunset Park you get a more interesting, ethnicly diverse crowd. A lot of headphones. Some crossword puzzles. Less newspapers than I ever remember seeing in high school. I love seeing the Chinese newspapers. They're always so bright and colorful and they always make me think of how impossibly hard it would be for me to start learning Chinese at this point. The man across from me is reading the Mets story I read online this morning. I like his coat. Its greenish and looks very warm. Best of all, it has huge side pockets. He's facing me now, to get off at Pacific. I moved across the car to get away from the door. I used to have a coat in high school that could hold textbooks in the pockets. Why is there a woman in lingerie on every page of the Chinese newspapers? Are the Chinese big lingerie purchasers or are these pictures just a way to get them to buy the paper? Perhaps that's just the custom for people getting interviewed. "Thanks for the interview Mrs. Johnson, I'm sure our readers are going to enjoy reading about your company's new product...now if you'll just strip down to your undies, we can take your picture and be on our way." Interesting.
The woman in front of me now has a little black dufflebag with the Playboy logo in silver on it. Apparently, softcore porn is the theme for this subway ride. We're crossing the Manhatten bridge now. Is the Union Square market open today? I hope so. I'm starving. I had an oatmeal and chocolate cube thingy on Saturday and it was great.
The Playboy woman is asleep. She's clutching a napkin and a plastic water bottle, but that bottle is going to fall any second. Canal Street. Next stop. I'm not holding on to anything. I've been riding the subway since I was a freshman in high school. I figured out early on that you have to stand diagonally so you can shift your weight to counter the train in any direction. There's a youngish girl with a diamond Yankee pendent around her neck. There are two people in front of the door. I need to get out now. Bye everyone.
A barn that sits at the base of our neighborhood (in previous years it was red, but I like it much better painted this way). Not sure just how old it is, though. There is a farm right down the road, where we buy our Summer fruits and vegetables, which has National Heritage listing because it was bought by the current family's ancestors from William Penn's nephew in the early part of the 18th century. It has been a long time since the Native Americans were hounded out, but this land was part of their hunting grounds, particularly the Conestoga tribe.
There is a stream here, (I put a note in the picture) which we played in as children, which connects to a larger creek, and it all is connected to the Susquehanna River (East of York County), named for one tribe which lived along both banks.
This area was all farmland until recent years, and suburbia has especially been encroaching in a major way over the past 10 years. It is nice that there are still pockets of green and bike trails are being implemented and used where the old railroads used to run, usually parallel to the water.. I wouldn't be surprised if many of these roads and trails were originally forged by the aboriginal communities. It is easy to forget that all this history is connected, unless you leave room for reflection and look deeply at the things the surround you.
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