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30 Days of No Car

For a whole month Scott and I are going to be taking the challenge of not using our car. I had originally wanted to do this in July, but since July was unbearably hot and we don't have air conditioning sometimes a ride in the car was our escape from the heat. 

Now that I don't need a car for work I'm confident we can do this. With the exception for nights when I have to work late. Sometimes I don't feel comfortable biking home alone late at night. Or if Scott has to photograph somewhere far. Out of the whole month that means the car should only be used a few times. It will be nice to see how much we spend on gas and how much better I get at biking long distances.

We will have to get our groceries and run all our errands by bike. 

We will have to bike or take the bus to work. 

Do you think we can do it?

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