Slow in the City

2 thoughts on “Slow in the City”

  1. Beautiful post Jennifer. You really capture the spirit of the cities, and now I’m even more intrigued to visit Seattle (which I was meant to be doing in September but will probably have to reschedule!). I definitely agree that walking is the way to get to know a city. We moved from Brighton to Manchester nearly three years ago now and I still don’t know Manchester on the level I do Brighton, which I could walk round with my eyes closed.

  2. I do agree with you – I like the anonymity of a city. And yes whilst being self sufficient with produce is harder, the commuting and walking can be so much easier.

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