People who live in skinny houses don't like to park in their own driveways.
We had these "skinny houses" appear in our neighborhood about 3-4 years ago. I have mixed feeling about them. On the negative side: they are not all that attractive. They caused the density on the street to triple off of one lot. They look weird with the rest of the older homes.
On the positive side: they are a hell of alot better than the trashy hillbilly house that used to be in this exact spot. These neighbors are owners.....no renters here. These properties are clean and new. We like the folks who occupy this trio.
But.....what's the deal about not parking in the friggin' driveways???
People who live in skinny houses do not like to park in their own driveways. I've seen this habit about a block down the street where there is another group of these dwellings. Please note in the photograph below: the cars parked in the strip directly across from the skinny houses belong to these addresses. And....get this....if the garage doors are open there's nothing inside except a few garden rakes and maybe a couple of garbage cans. Empty garages......but still feel the need to park across the street....?
Looking to the south.......no one's home.
Looking to the north.......a full parking lot.
Looking to the east......me looking at all this "mystery".
People who live in skinny houses do not like to park in their own driveways.
The Easter Etsy Waddle
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