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Re: Where to find good grocery cart?

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  • Nelson V. Booth
    Thanks rachel. it looks like the perfect solution to combine city grocery hauling and hiking, for those of us who cannot carry a 60 pound backpack anymore. The
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 1, 2006
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      Thanks rachel. it looks like the perfect solution to combine city
      grocery hauling and hiking, for those of us who cannot carry a 60
      pound backpack anymore. The wheels can be adjusted to fit closer
      together on the trail.


      --- In carfree_cities@yahoogroups.com, "Rachel" <rachel@...> wrote:
      >
      > You could check out the Sherpa cart (http://www.sherpacart.com/).
      I've
      > never used one but it looks like a good idea.
      >
      > --- In carfree_cities@yahoogroups.com, "Nelson V. Booth"
      > <pyewackett52@> wrote:
      > >
      > > The best way I have seen to transport groceries on sidewalks or
      over
      > > dirt trails is one of those high tech baby buggies. Is there
      anything
      > > similar in a pedestrian grocery cart? The two-wheeler type seems
      > > fragile and those small vinyl wheels look like they would rattle
      one
      > > to bits if the walk is long. They seem more designed for a short
      walk
      > > to the train, which I don't have here. My shoulders go numb if I
      try
      > > to pack too much in a pack. It also occurred yo me this would be
      an
      > > excellent way to hike if the trail is not a steep one. The
      Mormons
      > > called them handcarts, and trekked with the bulky things if they
      > could
      > > not afford a horse and wagon.
      > >
      >
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