Open road!


This is for all the folks who think I’m crazy for choosing to live in the suburbs.

I work in New York, and it seems that commuting to the ‘burbs is something you do when you have a wife and kids, not when you’re young and single. Most of my coworkers live in Brooklyn.

But LOOK! This is a major road through New Providence! And it’s got trees! Open roads! Hardly any traffic! Trees! Grass! Trees!

Boy it’s nice to get out of the city! It’s totally worth the longer commute.


4 Responses to “Open road!”

  1. I would drive the commute too if I could drive through scenery like this. I did the commute thing in Phoenix for too many years.

    • I still don’t drive the commute—New York traffic is awful! The commuter train takes 40-65 minutes, plus the NYC subway (local, unfortunately) is ~20 minutes; it’s roughly an hour and 20 minutes to two hours each way… in contrast to the Brooklynites who take about 30 minutes to get to work!

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