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Saturday, February 25, 2012

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ルイ?ヴィトン表参道ビル1階では新編集版のムービー『Gummibaum(ゴムの木)』を、7階の展示 ルイヴィトンバッグ フロアでは『Sunbeam(サンビーム)』(1994)を上映する中、来場者は2012年の『ドクメンタ(13)』(ドイツ、カッセル)でインパクトを与えた巨大な『Carmageddon(カーマゲドン)』の ルイヴィトンコピー3分の1のエレメントから構成される作品を目にします。ルイヴィトン 財布交通渋滞が日常茶飯事だった時代の名残であるこの自動車道のフィールドの前で、来場者は過ぎ去りし時代の遺物と向き合います。 ヴィトン 新作

Megan

Rural living must be beautiful and some days I wished we lived in Beulah, a nearby mountain town or out in the county, our local farmland. Rural areas present distinct challenges and certainly have unique opportunities to increase walkability and bikeability in the area. I'll keep my eyes open for what other rural communities are doing and share some ideas.

Leah Lefler

We live in a city (well, rural area) with NO walkability. No sidewalks, busy highways, and narrow country roads. Even the city has very narrow sidewalks, poorly marked crosswalks, and no bike lanes, etc.

I miss Oxnard (where we used to live in California) because there were gorgeous sidewalks everywhere, dedicated bike lanes and walking paths, etc. You could walk or bike almost anywhere!

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Hi. My name is Megan and I'm a mom to three little ones in Pueblo, Colorado. My husband is a native of Costa Rica and we are proud to be raising our kids to love their multi-cultural heritage. As a born and bred Coloradoan, I'm committed to helping make this community be an even better place to live for my kids and loved ones. For me, this has meant getting involved in promoting local walkability and bikability issues that can help make us all healthier, happier, and more connected to one another. It also means getting out often and enjoying as much of our local community as we can. This blog chronicles our life doing both in and around Pueblo.
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