I still don't have much to report. Thank you all for your concern, though.
Onto the photos from the week ... at least snow gave me some photo fodder. Clicking on an image will bring up a larger version.
The snow was already coming down pretty steady as I headed off to work yesterday. Plainfield Train Station.
|Salt doing its job|
NJ Transit had already salted the walks Thursday evening when I came home from work. On Friday, pre-dawn, as I headed back into work, the walks at the train station itself were clear. Of course, it would be nice if someone, whether NJ Transit or the city of Plainfield, would realize that the North Avenue walk itself along the train station grounds needs attention, too. No wonder people feel they have to walk in the street!
|My train home ...|
... approaching the Bridgewater Train Station yesterday afternoon.
|A herd of yellow cabs ...|
... with nowhere to go. This was Monday morning, the official "federal" observed New Year's Day holiday. Unlike most people (it seems), I had to go to work. I took this shot from the westbound platform at the Plainfield Train Station while awaiting my major holiday scheduled train to work.
|I see dead people|
Well, at least her feet aren't on the seat. It was a snowy, slushy, salty kind of morning on Friday.
You in the BEIGE skirt! You, of all people, should know better! Conductor! Make her get those nasty salty, snowy, slushy feet off the seats! I swear some people need to be forever barred from sitting alone in four-seaters on the trains.
|My train is coming. I see the light.|
Huh. The forecast I saw before heading to work said the storm would likely just brush this area. Plainfield Train Station.
|Another view of yesterday's ride home|
I edited this shot to spotlight Vincent, the best cat in the whole world. (Just ask him; he'll tell you.)