Rules of the Road

31 January 2019 – Rules learned while on foot, meandering alleys & side streets in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood.

Rule # 1:

Don’t steal.

Rules # 2:

Don’t ride alone.

(I’d like to add some kind of quip, but, honestly, I am rendered speechless.)


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  1. Yup. I’m kind of speechless too. I love the sign in the bus. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. People were okay about conserving gasoline during the war but these days I can walk by two blocks of traffic and count one person in 90% of the vehicles and those are mostly big “truck-like” things. The sense of selfishness and entitlement is astounding. (It does please me when on my bike or even walking I can make better progress than most cars at rush hour, ๐Ÿ™‚ although I could do without the fumes!)

  3. I wonder how long the riding alone poster has been in that window?

  4. Wow, really….the second one….speechless is right!


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