Saturday, October 20, 2012

Rush Hour in Glendale


Tim and I were driving home from a meeting in Glendale during rush hour (not recommended!), Thursday evening, when he suddenly exclaimed, “Did you see that?”

“Did I see what?” I asked, trying to keep my eyes on the road.

“A man wearing a top hat and riding a motorcycle with his dog!”

“What are you talking about?” But then I saw them ahead of us and sped-up so we could get a better view.

The light was turning red. I pulled up next to them.

“Quick. Take a picture!”

Tim rolled down his window. We stayed a couple feet behind so as not to be too obvious. Other drivers, however, were honking in glee.

We've seen a lot of crazy things during rush hour, but never a guy wearing a leather top hat and vest, riding a motorcycle with a big white dog on his lap! And what's more, they both seemed perfectly happy with the situation.

See for yourself:

Stopped at a red light on Los Feliz

Only in L.A.

2 comments:

White Space said...

They both look very nonchalant!

Hi, I'm new to your blog. I was clicking on 'Next Blog' to see what I found (usually scary blogs to be fair) and yours looked interesting - plus you came across as someone I might like (you're not a Republican!) I look forward to reading more of your posts.

Cyn said...

Yes. Nonchalant is the perfect way to describe them!

Welcome to the blog. My husband and I are native Angelenos and love our city, so tend to spend a lot of time here. There's always something to see, do and write about. Plus I see you're a Trek fan. Me, too!