Also, I once attempted to teach my kids how to drive a standard transmission car in the big parking lot when it was empty on various Sundays. And gave up.
See those aluminum benches in the covered shelter? I wait there for the bus reading a book for about fifteen minutes each workday. Doing the math... that's about four hours a month. 48 hours a year. Since I have about eight years until retirement as of this writing, that's 384 hours, or 32 days - over a month - sitting there reading books in all temperatures and all weather conditions.
And this doesn't count how many days I've spent there since this thing opened ten years or so ago.
It's rather depressing, really.
Anyway, I have spent and will spend a lot of time here.
Look at all those stickers on the light pole. Who put them there?