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Darcy E.


Seattle, WA

Member since:

February 13, 2013

Why do you like to walk?

Being able to meet all transportation needs with your own two feet empowers you. To not be shackled by rising fuel prices, heavy traffic, or limited parking is an amazing freedom. Car culture may be marketed with the idea of freedom and the open road, but it limits us more than we realize. Driving also cuts us off from our communities, reducing our opportunities to stop and chat with others, window shop while we walk, or read local flyers and posters. Walking keeps you in touch with your world!

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Volunteer Coordinator at Feet First, AmeriCorps service member three times over, frequent re-locator (California, Alabama, New York, Iowa, Washington...), former architecture/psychol­ogy student, amateur graphic designer, and attempted gardener.

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