by Alexandria Echo Press
July 4, 2013 at 7:00 pm in Alexandria Echo Press
Thumbs Down: If you’ve traveled on Highway 29 North recently, especially the stretch between Alexandria and Parkers Prairie, your car’s shock absorbers got a workout. Continue Reading
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It’s possible that the “Grumpy” trail users aren’t really grumpy at all. It could be they have issues in their lives that make smiling difficult. Depression is huge in this country and it is a cruel disability to have. You can’t see it like you can see a wheelchair for example so it is often overlooked by others. It could be that just getting out of the house took all the emotional energy they had. Please be patient with the “Grumpy” people, it may be more than it appears. I know, I live with one of the those “Grumps”. It’s hard on everyone.
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I have also noticed on the bike trail whenever I am on it that nobody stops at the intersection of 2nd and Kenwood behind Thrifty White Pharmacy. There are stop signs posted for trail users and people on bikes and roller blades just keep going straight through even if there is traffic at the intersection. When you run in to a vehicle because you didnt stop like you were supposed to, dont come crying.
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