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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Transit Bus Ride

Our kids always wanted to experience riding the transit bus here in Weirton. We finally decided to ride it last Saturday.  While waiting for the bus, we took some  photos.
The fare  for each adult is $2 and the kids are free.


Most of the passengers of the  transit bus are the old folks who live in  an apartment downtown.  
We  finished the entire route of the bus so we get to see some parts of the town  that we seldom drive into.  The bus driver was very nice to let us finish the whole laps of his route.
It was a good experience for us, it was  my kids and my first time riding a  public vehicle here in the area.

34 comments:

  1. Public transport is the way to go! Very common to use it in Korea.

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    1. I never experienced that in Korea hehehe.

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  2. What a good idea! You and John are excellent parents to think of such experiences.

    Happy Blue Monday, Rose.

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  3. How cute! My kids always wanted to experience riding the MRT here in Manila. Maybe one day we'll do that, just for fun :)

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    1. Yeah, you should d it sis just for the sake of experience as well.

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  4. Nice to ride a comfortable bus :)

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    1. Yes it is, this bus is very small compared to other public buses.

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  5. Nice to document every aspects of your life. And you are so good at it:)

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  6. Oh, I like free lucky for the kids:)

    Visiting for Blue Monday- hope you can stop by..

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    1. Yup nothing is better when it's free hehehe, the kids had a blast.

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  7. It is always good to see your town - the bus ride is such a nice bonding for the family as they ride and discover together...

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    1. The cool thing is meeting the regular bus riders hehehe.

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  8. What a fun and different way to spend family time together.

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  9. wow that is so cool, no transit buss pass by our place. but i dont think i could ever ride one, hubby said its very dangerous.

    visiting u from blue monday!
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  10. isn't it cool to ride in a public transportation once in a while? that's good that the whole family were traveling together. :) Hope you can stop by at my blue monday: http://www.heartscontentofamama.com/2012/07/vince-moments-on-our-drive-rest-stops.html

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  11. Nice pictures sis..:)

    Dropping by from Blue Monday…Magic English , Trike Ride and Blue Cupcake Thanks!

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  12. What a wonderful way to spend the day, have fun and not spend too much money.....Christine

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  13. That's fun for you to take the fam out in transit. Although I usually had a car for each of us...I had some days without..with kids. We had some adventures. I think they like it...and when we were on vacations in cities, their transit skills increased.

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  14. Delicious photos, very nice trip. Greetings.

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  15. Wonderful shots. The joy on kids face is priceless.

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  16. Since I got here mommy I have never tried riding any public buses. hehehe... Looks like one fun and interesting experience for the kids and you guys. How fun!

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  17. I loved your photo shares this week for Ruby Tuesday.

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  18. I miss riding a bus.My husband is a bus driver and we all have a complimentary pass but even then we can't find time to enjoy the free ride.

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  19. Great family pictures and experience to enjoy for year to come!! Thank you for sharing!!

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  20. how fun! joy ride joy ride pala kau...ehhehe...that's something I would like to try...kaso alang bus stop near our place...waaa!

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