December 19, 2007

Life in the Trenches

Believe it or not, I'm old enough to consider the mode of transportation I use depending on how my knees feel. Going up and down the stairs to the metro are not always the first choice. I'm amazed at how sturdy the elderly are around here and the obstacles that meet them at every corner. (You don't suppose they are not as old as they look, simply worn away?)


Oswegan said...

I'm sorry to see that you have to endure fast food there too.

This is an interesting photo.


zakscloset said...

nice picture! i usually prefer to take an escalator...laziness!

dive said...

I'm with Oswegan; the stairs are fine, it's the junk food sign that's horrid.

alex said...

HaHa... I do not know how I would be when I'm at their age.

Alex's World! -

dot said...

Maybe they have just learned to suffer in silence.

Janice Thomson said...

I'd have a tough time myself if I had to climb those everyday but then it would certainly keep one in shape, would it not?

Isadora said...

There are escalators at some of the stations to the trains (some are very deep), but you still have to get down to the escalators by the steps. :)

Yes, I would prefer to take the escalators too.

Guys - don't take my Burger King away :) I need a fix now and then.

Thank you for coming by - enjoy your day. Hope you are getting ready for Christmas.

AVCR8TEUR said...

No elevator or escalator. Stairs are good exercise so I guess if you do it enough, it will be easier; however, having a fast food restaurant at the top doesn't help with keeping in shape.