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No Car No Problem

No Car No Problem

By Fitz Cahall   |   Sep 30, 2008 September 30, 2008

Transit2 It's hard not to get depressed and angry listening to the news lately. My suggestion: Take a break from NPR and tune into The Dirtbag Diaries. Host Fitz Cahall describes today's episode:

A 1,200-foot rock wall in a wilderness area – that's standard summer fare. In a day, and back before dinner? Sounds easy. Without a car? That's when my climbing partners stopped returning my phone calls.

Even with growing environmental pressures and climbing gas prices, we'll drive hundreds of miles to exist in landscapes devoid of gridlock and angry horns. The irony can be hard to ignore. Recreating without a car might seem impossible, but this summer I set out to test the preconceived notion. What happens when you find yourself trapped in the Urban Jungle? You blaze your way out.

Listen to The Dirtbag Diaries:

No Car No Problem (MP3 – right-click to download)

Like what you heard? The RSS feed, subscription link to iTunes, and contact information, should you want to submit a story idea of your own, are all available at www.dirtbagdiaries.com.

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