Welcome everyone to another session of a day in the life. their life. Today I am in Tokyo.
I’m on the return route of walking my grandson Kelton to school. I’m actually about halfway back.
In a bit, I’m going to cross over where the subway tracks are. Behind me, you can see different areas. There is a Century 21 office and a shop on the corner in one direction.
In the other direction there in the distance you can see a train station-actually two train stations-that are close to Rusty and Brenda’s house. Right now, it’s open top right.
In this other spot, there is a nice little landscaped area in the middle of where the cars go and turn around from the train station.
Coming behind me is a trash truck just to the left.
On the streets, you have cars and bicycles and people walking. They all just kind of coexist. The streets are very narrow.
Now I’m coming up to where people have gotten off the train and are going to their destinations. The crowds seem to be thinning out a little bit but often there’s a great conglomeration of people in this area.
So anyway, this is a life in the day here in Tokyo.
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I hope you have a great day, and I will talk to you later.