"Walk Slower - Take Life In"

 

 

Steve Hoffacker's Friday's Fotos Photos

 

As in "take time to smell the roses" (or the coffee), this sign cautions against

moving through life too quickly. Actually, many cars can't coast as slow as

2 mph without stalling. This is a walking pace. Maybe they should

have said what they really mean - no cars or trucks allowed.

Nevertheless, a slower pace occasionally is a good thing.

 

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Comment balloon 24 commentsSteve Hoffacker • January 27 2012 11:46PM
"Walk Slower - Take Life In"
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