I brought my real camera this time, so no out-of-focus cell phone picture. Nope, not this time.
|Except maybe for this one ...|
|Less scared on this trip.|
We took the earlier riverboat trip, which meant we were at the trolley stop before the trolley started running. I had the sling with me this morning, so I could have worn her in a carrier - which would have helped the 8 block walk to her daycare. But we had some time, so I decided that we would wait for the trolley.
|Waiting at the trolley stop.|
|And by "waiting" I mean "running in circles singing Ring Around The Rosies"|
|She decided she was cold, so we dug her jacket and Babylegs out of her bag.|
|On the trolley.|
After dropping her off, I walked the four blocks to campus to teach my classes. I felt all smug for using public transportation that day, until I remembered that I had made an appointment with a student at my Downtown campus office - 7 blocks away. So I walked to the DT campus, then walked to fetch her from daycare. A healthy 15 block walk - when I'm used to 0. So the bones of my lower body were quite glad that I had foregone the morning walk up 4th street.
|Too Cool For School|
|Why yes, she is wearing a Dora dress, a Dora jacket, and carrying a Dora backpack. What?|
|Waiting on the trolley.|
|In all of it, I didn't have a pic of the actual, you know, TROLLEY.|
|Safely back home again in Indiana.|
|Bye Bye Riverboat|
But I'm glad they gave it a try, and I'm glad we got to try it out.
The first post on the riverboat taxi is here.