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?

 

There’s No Park City Taxi in Washington, D.C.

The readers of the D. C. Auto Geek Blog know that there is no Park City Taxi in operation in the city of Washington. D. C. Why would there be? Park City is in the state of Utah which is very far away from Washington, D. C. So why would anyone even consider the possibility that such a transportation service might be operating in our nation’s capital? The simple answer to this question is that probably no one would consider this possibility. The more complex answer is probably much the same as the simple one in this regard.

TAKE A SHUTTLE FROM SALT LAKE CITY TO PARK CITY BUT NOT TO WASHINGTON, D. C.

So why then has a blog post been written on this subject if no one would actually consider the possibility presently up for consideration? The answer to this question is that just because a possibility is presently up for consideration and there is no chance that a person would consider it does not mean that it does not warrant a blog post. Perhaps it is the function of the blog post to raise awareness of the possibility and thus get people to consider it who might not otherwise do so.

It is in the spirit of the second paragraph of this blog post that the D. C. Auto Geek makes the following pronouncement. Yes there is no taxi service from Park City, Utah in operation within the Washington, D. C. metro area but this does not mean that this fact does not mean it is not worth considering the possibility of a thing. It just means that (as far as we are aware) this service does not exist. There are many things that do not exist which are worth considering and this happens to be one of them.