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Posted 9th February 2009 at 16:01 by bigjnsa

I've decided to keep a journal of my activities living and working without a car.

Saturday, I loaded up the Sporty with intentions to go grocery shopping. I have done it in the past, but it was just little things that I could store in my saddle bags. This time, I took my back pack, saddle bags and my redneck trunk. In the end I managed to store $60 worth of groceries! That's nearly 2 weeks of food for myself.

Today, it rained overnight and the roads are a little bit wet. No worries, slow and steady. I witnessed 2 accidents and the remnants of a 3rd before making it into the office.
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    Great idea. I've boughten groceries while riding my Sporty......was even able to pack some dog food home. Bungie cords always come in handy ! Hope the accidents you past did not involve and bikes!
    Posted 10th February 2009 at 05:49 by sportyblue sportyblue is offline
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    Well when I had the car, I'd take it up to Wally World once a month and get my groceries. Now I can't do that They only thing I have to worry about now is how to get home air filters home!
    Posted 12th February 2009 at 16:46 by bigjnsa bigjnsa is offline
 


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