I think Ohearto is right.
As long as Americans are
I'm the one who walks to the store.
jabberwocka wrote:You know--that's how people shop in much of Europe; certainly in the urban areas. When my DD and her husband lived in Sweden, they rode their bikes to get groceries, he rode his to the office, etc. I grant you that not having a car can be a major inconvenience when there's a need to bring home something both bulky and heavy. But doing as you do makes a lot of sense. Unfortunately, we have become so dependent upon motor vehicles, zoning the separation of commercial from residential came to be common practice. For many people, homes and offices are not in close proximity to goods and services. (***my emphasis here***)
We're suppose to get walking/biking trails here.