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Eadwine Rose
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Re: Here is my newly found freedom :)

#81 Post by Eadwine Rose » Thu Jul 12, 2018 12:29 pm

:laugh: Well.. that wasn't entirely true.. I think I encountered about 5-6 men ;)


Hehe seriously though.. it was THIS close to my home way back when and I didn't know this road even existed. Surprise me feature: approved!
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Re: Here is my newly found freedom :)

#82 Post by i_ri » Fri Jul 13, 2018 1:59 am

hello EadwineRose
Thank You for sharing about Your life' portion and for Your remarks.
Tales of the scooter extending your reaches is nice to hear.
Finding the neccessariums that you can drive into
and finding at the restaurant a table to scooter right up to it, is marvelous.
My preference is for a smaller scooter not the larger scooters. I tend to ambulate at turtle while others go more toward rabbit.

Oh My .. .. and the backup alarm always yelling "EadwineRose over here!" right? have a blast EadwineRose. Do Enjoy. and write here Your tales. thanks.

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Re: Here is my newly found freedom :)

#83 Post by Eadwine Rose » Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:35 am

Thanks i_ri :)

Those tiny scooters are not used that much over here, simply because they aren't safe. It is tricky enough to instruct people to use the regular sized ones (like we get over here), they still tip over many times. For indoors at convention centers those tiny ones are great, but once you get to things like Castlefest: trust me, you need one like I have. ;)
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Re: Here is my newly found freedom :)

#84 Post by i_ri » Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:33 am

hello EadwineRose. Yours looks to be the perfect size.

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