Our primary mode of transportation here in Scotland is ... walking. This great buggy (stroller) has seen a lot of miles in it's short time here.
We walk 1.3 kilometers (0.8 miles) to the grocery store, load up the great basket under the seats, and walk home with the loot.
Yesterday morning we walked about 3 kilometers to church downtown to hear a friend preach.
It was a beautiful morning - very overcast, but there was a break in the rain and we decided to take our chances. It rained during church, but had stopped when we were ready to start walking again.
We stopped at the grocery store on our way home. It rained while we were in the store, but again, stopped when we were ready to continue our walking.
I am enjoying the exercise, but it is taking some serious mental adjustments to not have a car. We may eventually purchase a car here, but we decided to wait for a while before making a final decision. So, for the time being, we are out for a walk.
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