18379Re: [CF] Introduction: Kate
- Dec 2, 2007On 30 Nov 2007 at 21:43, Kathryn wrote:
> One thing thatCycling at night can be very relaxing when you get used to it. There is
> has challenged me is having to work at night several times a week. In my
> city (and at my workplace), public transit is not quite so reliable or
> predictable at night. A wait at a bus stop can be 45 minutes -- which
> doesn't feel so good on isolated streets late at night. I'm working on
> getting comfortable with night biking, so I have more predictable car-free
> transportation at night.
often peace and quiet, plus in some areas all sorts of wildlife to
> However, I am quick to tell friends andOne of the best ways of encouraging others is just to do it and let
> family that getting around without a car is much easier and more convenient
> than we often assume.
them make the connections. It isn't a fast way of convincing people,
but it is a deep way.
> I'm excited to be part of this group -- and to learn what others are doingThe list has been a trifle quiet recently. Please ask some questions to
> to live car-free.
Welcome to the group, I'm glad you found it.
David Hansen, Edinburgh
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