I understand that this blizzard’s really bad for some people. 650,000 homes in the Northeast have lost power, people aren’t allowed to drive, and the MBTA isn’t running until Monday (hopefully). However, last night, my friend Max and I made good use of the blizzard. We shoveled piles of snow onto sleds and brought them over to the end of the street. We piled the snow into a huge block, and then carved a big “T” symbol into it! Let this be a lesson to you, kids: hard work pays off (a few hours later, the sculpture got covered up by snow…oh, well).
|Max is on the left; my weird hat is on the right.|
That is so creative! Its to bad that it got covered up by snow though…;(
Thanks! Yes, the sculpture's fate is a bit sad…
I recently took the train from Alewife to Harvard, then Harvard to Davis, and noted the fare on my Charlie Card was two dollars each way! That's quite a fare hike! I am curious – what would be the fare if you were to buy a regular ticket, not a Charlie Card?
A Concerned Consumer
I would not advise using a regular Charlie Ticket; the fares for those are $2.50. Still, though, in Washington DC, the fares can go up to $5.75! Makes us seem kind of spoiled, doesn't it?
Whoa there dude, that sculpture is sick man!!!!!
Thank you. It took a while, and we were quite tired afterward, but it was worth it.