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OMG I would love to see old folks rollerskating through my neighborhood.
We were moving them from one unit in the complex to another, and grandpa freaked out because the unit they were moving to was a mirrored floor plan from what he thought he was getting.
^ It says 57 miles total. So break that into 3 trips. My guess is one trip was about 25 miles, the others about 16 each? Roughly...
I wish we had something like igo in Dayton. If they did I would give up my car. Would a car-share thing work for longer distance trips...like down to Cincy or Louisville? Right now I'm limited to the car rental places...tho the Avis place downtown is a great convient place to rent cars.
New trucks bore me, but old trucks without all those stupid "features" have lots of character. Basically, trucks from back when people who actually needed trucks bought them
Fueling up at a country gas station, the country boys looked at me with the deepest envy I've ever experienced. Seriously, I can't believe that pickup trucks really mean that much to people.
That was a pretty good idea for a series. I moved out of Columbus in 2007 and anecdotally it certainly seems to me that bicycling has increased exponentially in popularity there. As for how many of those people are also car-free, I don't know.