>>42093369>That's a cool spot, is it a ferry or just traffic?
That one’s just for taking people across the water, but there’s another pier about a mile away that takes cars and people.
>Why wouldn't you?
Didn’t you read, >>42093210
I couldn’t get up there because the hatch was locked. Although I managed to get most of the way up, but was stopped at the very top of the tower.
>Your cousin looks like she could kick your ass,
How so? (I think I could easily win in a serious fight, but she’d probably beat my ass if we were just having a small scruffle.
>I'd have thought about keeping the bike if it was really abandoned.
Out of the ~20 bikes we found 5 of them were in semi working order. My bike ( >>42093213
) was the only one still in working order by the end of the day. The first two broke after a few hours due to broken chains and wheels, and the other two that we pulled out broke after 10 minutes, if not less. (They were abandoned for a reason.)
I phoned my mum and asked her about it, but she told me that if I brought it home I might as well buy a return ticket, ha ha. There was a good chance that I would have broke within a few days, so there was no point in arguing.
I put the bike against a big rock, and used two smaller rocks to write this.