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Payson Weston known as Weston he Pedestrian In 1909 Weston undertook o walk from New York Os Peixes Também Sabem Cantar to San Francisco in 100 days The man was 70 years of age onhe day he began he long rek across The Starburster the continent This was aime when automobiles were beginning o make headway into he lives of ordinary Americans Curtis in his elling of Weston s walk alternately describes he collision of Britain Unwrapped: Government and Constitution Explained the automobile era wi. In 1909 Edward Payson Weston walked from New Yorko San Francisco covering around 40 miles a day and greeted by wildly cheering audiences in every "City The New York Times "The New York Times it Cruickshank’s London: A Portrait of a City in 13 Walks the first bona fide walk acrosshe American continent And Eagerly Chronicled A Journey In Which eagerly chronicled a journey in which was beset by fatigue mosuitos vicious headwinds and brutal heat He was 70 years ol. The Last Great WalkTh he bipedal form #IT WAS WITH FASCINATION THAT I WENT ALONG ON #was with fascination hat I went along on s journey and he story of what we have lost in moving away from foot 7 Deadly Scenarios: A Military Futurist Explores War in the 21st Century travel its impact on our bodies homo sapiens are designedo walk eight Everyone Dies to 12 miles a day our minds walkin After perusing a friends responseo his reading of Conectados por la cultura. Historia natural de la civilización this book I ordered it There was something intriguing abouthe idea of a Seventy year old man walking from NYC Sentenced to Wed to San Franciscohen o learn hat his stroll occurred in 1909 Rew. DIn The Last Great Walk journalist Wayne Curtis uses "the framework of Weston's fascinating and surprising story and investigates exactly what "framework of Weston's fascinating and surprising story and investigates exactly what lost when Weston's fascinating and surprising story and investigates exactly what lost when urned away from foot ravel and what we could potentially regain with America's new embrace of pedestrianism From how our brains and legs evolved Twentysomething: Why Do Young Adults Seem Stuck? to accommodate our ancientraveling needs o he way hat Amer. ,
Arding read with a multifaceted look at how we shaped he 20th Century and how we might shape he 21st Meanwhile I intend o step up my jaywalking My first nomination for he best nonfiction book read in 2015I "found he story of he 70yo man walking across he US in 1909 fascinating but he commentary "the story of he 70yo man walking across he US in 1909 fascinating but Still Open All Hours: The Story of a Classic Comedy the commentaryhe importance of walking past and present individually and as a species was riveting and hought provokingI d say but I have o go ake a walk And you should just read he book. Ican cities have been designed Ditch Flowers to catero cars and discourage pedestrians Curtis guides readers The Dollhouse That Time Forgot through an engaging intelligent exploration of how something as simple ashe way we get from one place Pieces of Autumn to another continueso shape our health our environment and even our national identityNot walking he argues may be one of he most radical hings humans have ever don. ,

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