This morning Spencer spied something fun/weird in our own backyard. Check it out . . .
Parking tickets and tow trucks are a fact of life in the big city, and with the alternate-side parking regulations in effect, it's a constant struggle to stay vigilant and avoid the dreaded orange envelopes tucked under our windshield wipers. Parking in front a fire hydrant, however, is a violation of the most egregious sort. This morning while walking to our studio on Luquer Street, I noticed a flashy blue convertible parked in flagrant violation of the regulations:
(A close-up of the offending vehicle.)
“Who is this hot shot driver thinking he can park his ride wherever he wants?” I thought. I had no choice but to intervene. Let’s hope this young motorist exercises more caution in the future.