Bus stop

Delivery of a bus shelter

Finally, after thousands of would-be passengers died of rain and cold-related diseases, the bus company and/or local council agreed to putting a shelter to the bus stop...

Finally, after thousands of would-be passengers died of rain and cold-related diseases, the bus company and/or local council agreed to putting a shelter to the bus stop…

This bus stop had no shelter for… well, forever. Many would-be bus passengers were washed away by the rain for many years. But, even though the bus route was unprofitable, and it ran only because the local authority insisted on it, someone finally decided to put up a shelter and protect the would-be passengers from hurricanes and torrential rains.

So now everyone is happy. Well, not quite everyone. I hardly ever use buses, being a walker and bike-rider. But I’m sure the new shelter will make millions of people happy…

Incidentally, for years I wanted a truck with a HIAB (Hydrauliska Indujstri AB) – a big robot arm. I had visions in my minds of using it to steal cars, which I’d then break into spares and sell off to unsuspecting car spare parts purchasers. But HIABs are expensive, big trucks are expensive, dreams are expensive… however, I’ve still got decades of life still in me. So if you have a truck and HIAB that you want to give to a worthwhile cause, look no further than me! I’ll take it off your hands, kindly vehicle-and-plant-machinery rehousing experts that I am…

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