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ice covered sidewalks

salt pitted- melt then refreeze

cause cautious footsteps


Long Beach Looking To Ban Hoverboards From Busy Sidewalks

LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Hoverboards are becoming more popular, but Long Beach wants to ban them from busy sidewalks.

The City Council voted unanimously this week to draft a law that would prevent people from riding hoverboards on sidewalks in commercial areas. 200 more words


To: 은별언니

Hello 은별언니!

It’s been awhile since we last talked, so I thought I would write something here!

Recently there was a huge snow storm and we got approximately two feet of snow which is around sixty centimeters. 276 more words


We are the only ones walking

There’s a reason carbon emissions are the number one problem facing the global environment, everyone drives. Here in Indonesia, there are motor bikes everywhere and streams of cars and minivans, and so far Jonathan and I have resisted getting a scooter of our own as this will surely eclipse our morning walk routine that requires a full bottle of water, about two hours for the round trip excursion and an immense amount of sweat, or in my case perspiration. 714 more words

Who's Responsible for the Sidewalks?

In all likelihood, you are.  Generally, whoever owns or controls property adjacent to a sidewalk is responsible both for keeping the sidewalk in good repair and for keeping the sidewalk free of snow, ice, debris, or anything that can cause an unsafe condition. 378 more words

Haverford Township

Wheelchairs in the Snow

“Wheelchair users say that in the aftermath of the Jan. 23 blizzard, they were an afterthought in snow cleanup efforts, as curb cuts remains buried in snow, bus stops blocked, and alleys impassable while road crews prioritized clearing the roads. 201 more words

Washington DC

Deterrent 009

Metal deterrent, 25 rue de Rivoli – 10 January 2016

By way of a post about Vespasiennes (pissoirs/public urinals) over at Parisian Fields I came upon a new word for what I call anti-pisseurs, … 35 more words