Rebels By Bus

Slow Travel With Low Carbon Footprint

New bus Rebels on board!

This past weekend 20 people attended the South Puget Sound Community College “How to be a Rebel by Bus” class.  What a great group!  Eyes lite up, and audible “Oh….oh”s were uttered as the attendees found out about bus travel in the Puget Sound region.

We practiced using the Thurston County Intercity Transit schedule.  Lots of questions were asked, and answered.

I’m positive that people left that day confident and excited about using the public transit systems in our area for leisure travel.

The spring schedule for the South Puget Sound Community College “How to be a Rebel by Bus” series will be available in mid February.  There will TWO opportunities to attend to classroom “How to be a Rebel by Bus” (the evening of April 10th at the Hawk’s Prairie campus and during the day on April 13th at the main Mottman Road campus).

Three “Rebel by Bus adventures” will be offered this spring:  on March 27th, I will guide the group to Raymond and the Northwest Carriage museum.  On April 23, we will go to the Theler Wetlands in Belfair, and on June 1st we head to Seattle and the Theo’s chocolate factory in fun and quirky Fremont.

Looking ahead to this summer, how about taking the bus (or Sounder train?) to and from a Mariners baseball game?  What do you think about going to Snoqualmie Falls and the sweet town of Snoqualamie for a train ride to North Bend.  Let me know what you think!

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