And somebody in East Boston, as Kristen D. shows us, is obviously in a big hurry to get ready.
When Sheila Fay went shopping at Roche Bros. today, she found somebody had attempted something amazing even by the exacting standards of the store's parking lot: A car whose driver managed to take up four parking spaces.
Alas, the judges later had to deduct a full point, because, as Susan Krasker Ellsbree shows us, somebody else managed to squeeze a car (granted, a small one) into one of the spaces.
A dismayed citizen reports on some winter-like behavior on Morrow Road in Brighton:
At least two residents on this street have been regularly using cones to save their spots. My roommate has been moving them and parking in the spots, but last night one of her tires was slashed. I know other people have been reporting these space savers and they just keep putting more out.
A parking space, that is. But the garage is heated and the driveway is positively radiant.
A perplexed citizen files a 311 complaint about a car parked on East 2 Street:
There is no resident sticker affixed to this vehicle. If a sticker was issued why isn't it on the vehicle? How do the residents know if a sticker was issued? If it had a sticker I wouldn't be wasting my time and yours!
Manu captured this scene in the Seaport this morning.
Sasha found this on her car - which was parked very definitely in a non-resident spot near the Whole Foods and BSO.
Seriously, Fenway residents?!
One of the perils of using a favorite chair as a space saver is the risk somebody might take it - or report it to the city, which will do the same - as PlunkettPrime shows us in this picture taken today on Academy Hill Road in Brighton.
Ryan spotted this oxygen tank doubling as a space saver on Eagle Hill in East Boston today.
Adam Bonneville shows us one person's space saver on Marginal Street in East Boston.
In response to a 311 complaint about some Massholish parking on G Street in South Boston (person consistently parking "between a driveway and a handicap spot" and basically taking up two spaces with one car), the city says:
There is no violation for being a bad neighbor. Sorry.
Amanda happened upon this Cambridge space-saver note-on-a-stick tonight that was obviously in response to an earlier note posted on a car parked in a space.
Whilst Ubering about town, roving UHub photographer Frank K. spotted this Public Works pickup full from a de-space-savering run through South Boston today.
The city also replied to this complaint about a space-saver-laden Princeton Street in East Boston with a cheery:
Space savers on Princeton St were reported to Public Works and they were out collecting this morning. Thank you.
We're going to hope the Allston baby this belongs to has aged out of it, because thinking a parent would rip it away from a tot is just too horrible to imagine, especially a parent who clearly couldn't actually be bothered to clear out the space first. Zef spotted it on Comm. Ave. this morning.
A newcomer to Boston, unfamiliar with our quaint ways, found this note on her car after parking in a space designated for visitors in South Boston on Monday.
In East Boston, though, they dispense with the pleasantries and just slash the tires right away.
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