The Shuttle From Salt Lake City to Park City Makes No Stop in Washington, DC

It makes perfect sense to all loyal readers of the D. C. Auto Geek blog that a shuttle from Salt Lake City to Park City would make no stop in our fair city of Washington, D. C. Why would it? Washington, D. C. is in no way located on any reasonable route one would take from Salt Lake City to Park City. Washington, D. C. is no located within the territorial boundaries of the state of Utah, within which both Salt Lake City and Park City happen to be located. Nor is there some other logical reason that any shuttle traveling between these two cities in Utah would need to stop in our nation’s capital.

PARK CITY TRANSPORTATION MAKES NO STOPS IN WASHINGTON, D. C.

Nor would transportation operating exclusively within the city limits of Park City, Utah make any stops within the city limits of Washington, D. C. How could it possibly do this? Because the city limits of Park City, Utah and Washington, D. C. are mutually exclusive there literally and physically is no possible way this could be accomplished without some miraculous or magical intervention of some sort. Now, we here at the D. C. Auto Geek Blog naturally do not take a position on religious issues but we have a pretty firm stand against the practice of magic and the occult. As such we cannot hold that either a miraculous or magical intervention is a possible let alone probable occurrence.

Accordingly there really is no way for it to happen nor is there a reason for it to happen. That much can be said to have been firmly established both in paragraph one and also in paragraph two of this discrete blog post. The question naturally arises as to why we took the time to write a blog post on this subject in the first place. Why indeed?

 

How to Take Park City Transportation Around Washington, D. C.

I might be making a rather geeky distinction here but when a person argues that it is impossible to take Park City transportation in and around Washington, D. C. they are incorrect on their face. What do I mean by this? True, one may not take transportation “in” Park City in Washington, D. C. That would be impossible. However, one can take transportation which originates from Park City around Washington, D. C. Do you see the distinction I am making here? In other words, transportation is labeled “Park City” because it originates from that location and not because it is physically located there at this moment in time.

WHERE TO FIND PARK CITY TRANSPORTATION IN WASHINGTON, D. C.

Now it might be difficult (but in no way impossible) to locate this type of transportation within the city limits of our nation’s capital. One simply needs to know where to look. Now that is an easy assertion for me to make (I understand) but when teaching people subtle lessons such as the one I am attempting to impart upon you (gentle reader) at this moment we must start with the easy and work our way methodically towards the ever more complex.

Finding this type of transportation might involve befriending a person who is from Park City. It matters not whether they permanently moved from Park City to Washington, D. C. or are simply visiting and taking in the majestic sights. What matters is that they originated from Park City and are now physically located in Washington, D. C. After meeting this person, the next step is to determine whether they are in possession of transportation. Now just what exactly constitutes a form of transportation is beyond the scope of this blog post. But when it has been determined that the individual in question is in possession of a form of transportation you have now reached the threshold of the topic of this blog post.