Joyce Kilmer Avenue
On a quiet Saturday afternoon on Bayard Street in New Brunswick you could stand there with your camera looking at the street named after poet Joyce Kilmer and hear a couple of rushed whistles and in no time at all you see the Acela Express zip past on the elevated railway.
Waiting for a train
If you stare long enough in disbelief at how fast that baby flew by, you'll see an NJ Transit train come flashing through with its cableing sparking the catenary wires.
Here for the big trial
The judge over at the Middlesex County Courthouse sent everybody home for the weekend to give the "suitcase murder" trial a respite.
Wander the back streets of New Brunswick, you'll find the parking lots for the State Theatre, The George Street Players and a gazillion restaurants. In front of a big old hotel the Civil War Memorial is getting new soil and seed and the people milling on a Saturday afternoon seem to stare beyond the centaph. Antietam seems so long ago.
Breakfast & Lunch
Everyday life has a way of consuming the here and now. John Lennon said, "Life is what happens when you're busy making other plans."
There's nothing like a sunny spring day to put away the winter doldrums.
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