“Oh, look. There it is.” Silvio said as he pointed into the distance. A dozen or so kids rushed over to one side of the bus, pressing their faces against the windows just to see the top of a Ferris wheel cresting over the horizon. Silvio was trying to remember if he'd even been to an amusement park when they drove past a big billboard on the side of the highway. “Bring the whole family to Pacific Park!” it read, set inside a blown up photo of a generic family, walking through the park, looking like they were having the time of their lives. The sounds of excitement from the children slowly died down. Silvio shared an uneasy look with another chaperone across the aisle who turned around in her chair so everyone could see her. “Get back in your seats kids,” she said as cheerfully as she could. “We’ll be there real soon!” Silvio just looked out of the window again. Out of all his options for community service he just had to pick the ‘easiest’ one. Great choice, Silvio. You truly know what’s best for the community, he thought to himself. A slight smile crept across his face. Compared to his last trip, how bad could it be?