For some odd reason, I decided to chase down the Shuttle Endeavour as it made its way to it's new home. I rode my bicycle (a great distant - mainly for exercise) - and I ended up at 80th St and Crenshaw. Now, Inglewood has ( to some) a reputation of not being a good place to hang out. Well, what I saw today was a sea of humanity in a very positive light. People were friendly, Moving so others can take pictures, police were posing with children for photos, people were having lawn parties. Everyone was respectful. Sadly, you don't always see that side of life. As I indicated I rode there. I was riding through some back streets to get to Crenshaw, when I met a man name Robert (Inglewood local) also riding his bike - we chatted a little and he indicated that he was going to see the Shuttle, and he knew a good location. I tagged along. That's how I ended up on 80th & Crenshaw. I'm guessing, but I believe that people wanted to be a part of something big by coming out to see the shuttle. Maybe make a few memories and be with friends. Too bad the space shuttle doesn't roll down the street every day.