Results tagged with 'walking'
Published July 25, 2016
Anyone who walks around the city will notice that the majority of motorists have either forgotten or are unaware that it is illegal not to stop for a pedestrian at a crosswalk. Statistically, more people are dying each year while walking across the street in Wisconsin and walkers have more and more stories about almost getting hit.
Published July 20, 2016
Once partly old railroad rights of way, Milwaukee's 118-mile paved Oak Leaf Trail winds throughout the county and is used everyday by people of all sorts - whether to commute, to get exercise or just to have fun.
Published Jan. 21, 2016
Our health journey is a marathon not a sprint. For me, I focus on it daily by doing the same things day in and say out. And, when I don't I feel off and unbalanced. Here's a glimpse into my consistent daily habits.
Published June 21, 2013
Great cities are built for people. Thus, it's important to soften traffic and for you stop for pedestrians. Obeying the law also is important.
Published May 16, 2013
Everyone wants to be able to get around a city easily. It's simple in stuff. Cities need bike lanes, roads, side walks, taxis, rail, trolleys, busses and other forms of transit to move people from here to there.
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Wednesday March 19th, 2014 – Gurnee, IL/Island Lake, IL Where did my youthful exuberance go? Instead of lovin’, touchin’ and squeezin’, I’m gruntin’, gaspin’ and wheezin’. The years are catching up with me, and there’s nothing ...
Thursday December 13th, 2012 – Fox Lake, IL I’m delighted to be able to say truthfully that I’ve been keeping up with my physical exercising as of late. That’s one thing that is truly an individual decision, and everyone is accountable for it. It’s no...
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