A grocery store manager I've known for years told me he's moving to a different store.
Instead of being at a supermarket on 29th Avenue on Spokane's South Hill, he will be working up north at a store near the Y.
He seemed OK about the move. It sounds like he will have a similar position.
But he was really pumped about one aspect of the change. Because he lives in Deer Park, his daily commute is about to shrink significantly.
Fifteen minutes, I guessed.
More, he said.
OK, Spokane is no sprawling megalopolis. But if you have been having to drive across practically the whole city day after day, it's big enough.