U.S.’s Non-Walking Culture

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  1. I grew up in middle America that had a heavy car culture. I live in a pedestrian-centric city now and a few years ago, I went home for a visit and suggested we walk to the grocery store since it was about a mile or so away. I was having a nice chat with my sister and nephews as we walked. when my sister got a phone call from a friend. Her friend had driven by and seen us walking to the store. She asked my sister if her car was in the shop and if we needed a ride! That tells you something about how intrinsic driving is to some people’s lives. And of course, the gosh darn friendliness of small towns 😉

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