I began this blog in 2009 because I was unsure about a lot of things in my life but I knew two things: 1) I needed a change, and 2) I needed to write about it. Writing helped me process my thoughts and capture whatever moment I was in, even if that moment was foggy and hard to see through. As I began writing, I learned that other people were coming in and out of similarly foggy places, and that it was comforting for them to hear about someone else processing their journey. You can have the tickets mailed to you, or if there’s not enough time to mail them, you will be prompted to print out a confirmation page with a reservation number (that’s what we had to do). I’ve included a picture here to show what the confirmation page looks like. Keep this and take it with you to the train station. Hand over your confirmation page at the ticket office (or scan at the Quik-Trak machine) and you will receive your tickets. Here’s a gentleman getting his tickets at the ticket office. But remember there is NO TICKET OFFICE at remote unstaffed stations.
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