That's why you have get off at the short stops - to get your fix!
YEAH, I could wrap one end around someting on the train, unwinding it and wrapping the other end around my waist while in the short stop stations, getting a coke.
Speaking of coke, I hope that you like Pepsi, because Amtrak has an exclusive contract with Pepsi. You won't find any Coke products on board, unless you've brought them with you.
Things to take with you
Posted 23 September 2011 - 08:47 AM
Traveled on: EB #28 SCD-CHI 14-Oct.-2010
EB #27 CHI-SCD 18-Oct.-2010
Hired by BNSF Railways to become a Train Conductor.
Posted 13 October 2011 - 09:26 AM
If traveling in coach, pack a small jar of vicks or other mentholatum rub and apply a dab under your nose if your coach neighbors do not practice the same hygiene habits that you are accustomed to. Also works for those who bring onboard their own malodorous foods.
Posted 02 March 2012 - 10:33 AM
-Small containers for toiletries
-personal electronic devices for entertainment
-cash in small bills
-Ziplock bags (for toiletries) and plastic grocery store bags (for collecting trash and laundry)
-healthy snack items like fruit
WE WILL BRING LESS OF NEXT TIME:
-Clothes! Underwear/socks are the only thing needs changing. Pants and shirts can be worn 2 days in a row.
-books. Never looked at one.
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