Making Friends With Tri-Met

On Tuesday Nancy was drawing at the Blazer Arena Max stop. A Tri-Met worker told her she had to stop. Since she had finished for the day she said OK. He immediately proceded to wash the names away. The next morning Nancy was back. Mike K and I were there too. Again a Tri-Met worker told us to stop. We declined and he said we would be cited and fined and he was calling the police. Instead of the police his superviosor showed up and said “good work”. He asked Nancy not to interfer with Tri-Met operations. Nancy said she wouldn’t. That was yesterday. Today the names were still there and Nancy went back to work with Tri-Met’s blessings. This afternoon it rained, so I guess most were washed away. The work is temporary as are we.

One Response to “Making Friends With Tri-Met”

  1. Transit Sleuth : Hats off to Tri-met! They just went up in my book! Says:

    […] off to Tri-met! They just went up in my book! Read “Making Friends with Tri-met” over on the Iraq Names Project. Filed Under: Public and Mass Transit Ramblings and […]

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