#12 The Lost Art of Walking

I’m a bit of a walker these days, really abhorring to get behind the wheel of my car and drive any where.  More so am I a bike rider, but walking is second best.  So when I saw The Lost Art of Walking by Geoff Nicholson on the library shelf last week I had to pick it up.  Walking seems to be more and more a neglected form of transport these days.  It’s only done when on vacation (or not at all) and isn’t really much incorporated into our daily lives unless you live in NYC, London or some other walking city.  It was a good read and makes me want to walk more.  What a wonderful thing!

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