Thursday, April 7, 2011

Use Alt Route



Use Alt Route

USE ALT ROUTE. OK, I think I will. The kind that rides on two wheels, goes past the tilting saguaro, just across the street from a quiet covered path. Quarter of a mile off the Arizona Canal. Across from the row of old old eucalyptus trees. The alt route: whirling feet and spinning sunshine to get me to work in the morning. Get up. Go ride.

 

5 comments:

  1. The 'Alt Route.' Sounds like first class travel to me I would recommend it every time....

    -Trevor

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  2. "USE ALT ROUTE" -- interesting because a good everyday route for a cyclists would only be a last-ditch ALT ROUTE to someone in a car, if the major thoroughfares became clogged. Conversely, having to take to a higher-traffic road (as an ALT ROUTE) for a cyclist could be far less pleasant than the EVERYDAY ALT ROUTES we usually take.

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  3. Hey, IMO, that is one cool cactus...

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  4. Trevor, the evidence I have gathered so far along the alt routes agrees. I also recommend it.

    Apertome, I think I've seen the ALT routes becoming less ALT as cities get more crowded and people seek ALTs, at least those who are so constituted as to make seeking the ALT route conceivable for them.

    Steve A, it is a fine specimen.

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  5. What a beastly cactus! And the "Use Alt Route" has me thinking a new idea for another story.

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