Evan and I headed downtown to take in the exhibits at the Calgary Science Centre (I still can’t call it the Telus World of Science). The exhibits were a bit static, with nothing for kids to actually _do_, aside from a couple of touch screen demos. We had some really good discussions about Darwin and Einstein, but I don’t think he really got anything out of the exhibits because they were all look and no real touch.
then we took a cold train/bus ride home. this whole no-driving thing is getting kind of stale.
one of the original trains, waiting at the end of the line before heading back into the city. for me, the last morning train ride of the year.
the morning train, just after pulling out of the station at the end of the line.
anonymous blurs of light stream toward the downtown core during the morning commute.
lines at the Crowfoot C-Train station, in a long exposure. There were maybe a dozen people walking through this shot, rendered invisible by time and light.
I took the bus and train this morning, chickening out of riding the icy paths – I’ll ride again on Tuesday (yay, long weekends!).
This was the first time I’ve taken the train from the new Crowfoot station. The whole trip, from the minute I stepped onto the bus near my house, to the minute I stepped off the train on campus, took less than half an hour.
Of course, I can ride it in exactly the same time…