If you think your daliy commute is bad, please meet Daniel Bone. He maneuvers a large cement truck to the many different construction sites in the Seattle area.
A few years ago, Bone's commute from an idyllic five-acre farm in Yelm, Washington, was daunting, but doable.
"I'm 62 miles out from our home in Yelm, to where I work in Seattle. In the mornings I could drive it, an hour and ten minutes, comfortably. Coffee in hand. Well rested," Bone said.
But, over the last six years, the commute swelled day after day, into an unbearable amount of time each day.