Grail Meter

Grail Meter

Originally uploaded by tbridge.

Now that I’m a little more mobile in where I put my office each day, I’ve been doing all kinds of reconnaissance on the parking meters around this place. Of course, Stacey’s adventures in Georgetown notwithstanding, the meters on this side of the river are an odd bunch, lasting anywhere from 30 minutes to 12 hours. Today, though, today is an epic day, as I’ve found a meter that can go toe-to-toe with my parking needs. Usually I have to set an alarm on my phone to remind me once an hour to feed the meter, lest it summon a meter daemon and issue me yet another $25 parking ticket.

Look for the green meters, they’re definitely the best.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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