Great Recollections !!!
I nearly got creamed twice this morning walking from my Truck to the
Kinko's - Fed Ex office at Pine Tree Shopping Center by two So called
Drivers speeding thru the Parking Lot from the Rand Road Entrance .
Have a Safe and Good Fourth !!!
On Jul 3, 2019 12:06 PM, "John Brooking" <johnbrooking4@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I always appreciate your sharing your experience with us, Carson. One
thing this committee has done for me is made me more aware of the mobility
challenges that others have, and more appreciative of my relatively easy
mobility. I'm glad you're with us, and I hope the work of our committee
can help make things better for everyone. Have a great Fourth!
On Wed, Jul 3, 2019 at 11:09 AM Carson Wood <cwood@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I’ve made it home from my gym behind Amato’s to Foster Street a couple
of times as of late!
It takes about an hour using a white cane.
When I had vision I ran from my house to visit my Brother who was
working at the old Burger King across from Pine tree shopping center in a
little over fifteen minutes.
What a contrast.
A little vision makes a huge difference.
I used to walk from the Iris network on Park Avenue by way of Brighton
Avenue quite often. It was a nice walk because I could see the scenery and
not need to completely focus on just getting from point A to point B.
I miss being able to truly enjoy walking.
I once rode my 12 speed bike up the river road onto 302 and on to
Raymond in about an hour and a half.
Look at me now, walking 2 miles an hour picking my way along.
I’ll say I can walk 4 miles in an hour on my treadmill.
I can ride my stationary bike for an hour on levels 13, 12, & 11.
I apologize for the rant but, there it is.