Pedestrian Zone

January 18, 2010

Although I want to instill in my boys a due reverence for the heroes of the civil rights movement, and the relevance of said movement in our day-to-day lives (because seriously, all this talk of post-racial America is some wishful thinking, but that’s a rant for another post), I didn’t object to Reuben’s daycare provider’s being open today. Max was at a neighbor’s house to play, and the peace, quiet, and lack of child-wrangling responsibility let Anna get some work done and gave me the chance to ride my bike back from the daycare in Cromwell. It was kind of a raw, windy, damp morning (see the omelette-and-lounging picture in the previous post), but a bike ride is always a nice thing. Here’s a picture I took of a putative “pedestrian zone” in Wethersfield. I don’t know if it was the weather, or the fact that it was Wethersfield but (surprise!) there were no pedestrians in sight.

Pedestrian Zone, Wethersfield, Conn.

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