|Oh, did somebody say BAAAAAAAAAAAAAABY???|
I wasn't sure how long it would take me to get down there, nor exactly what the circumstances would be when I got there, so I left with what I thought would be plenty of time. I was right: I got to Sandy Civic Center at 9:15 and had to stroll around for 45 minutes before I could actually get on a train to Draper. Whatever.
At last the Draper train came and I got on it. It was the first one, so not very many people were on it. My back popped as I sat down, which event I had been waiting a couple of days for, so I said, "Mmmm, yeah." It's probably a good thing I was the only one on the train car.
I walked around each of the stations. I signed my name on the poster. I had a commemorative Jones Soda, some shave ice, and my very first maple bacon donut (mmmm, yeah . . .). I got a mini-poster of each of the new lines. They'll look nice in a set of frames in my hallway someday.
Anyway, it was fun. Y'all should go to the Sugarhouse opening this December, because it's probably going to be the last opening for a while . . .