Lindsay, Bailey and Chicago discussed on The Good News Podcast
Surface level as as that may seem, it was still sort of a lovely thought that were crossing bands and maybe going to neighborhoods. We don't normally go to. Oh, man, we'll are. You gonna go ride your bike. Let me see. You are so good here. Can you Ginga bell from me. Go ahead. She goes. And if she comes back Throwdown skid. All right. Lindsay. Tell me when will started writing her back. Well, she's been writing a strider bike since she was about to, and then we got her a pedal bike on her third birthday, and she's just gotten to the point where she can start and stop on our own. So that's my friend, Lindsay, Bailey. I bike the drive with her and her family, and this family is so awesome. They only bike, there's no car. They have a Dutch bike which post on our Instagram for you guys to see where they tote around their three year old and even their three-year-old bikes. What about like being a biking family in Chicago? Like what tell me about? Could you talk about that? Well, I feel like I've been inspired by a lot of people that ride bikes with their families and don't have cars, so they end up, I kind of call it slow transportation. It's like the slow food movement in the sense of maybe it takes longer to get places, but you're spending quality time together and you may take more transit and just you get to interact with your kid while you're moving around. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news? Awesome, or maybe you wanna tell us a joke or idea. That's amazing. Email us at good news at cards against humanity dot com or leave voice mail at seven, seven, three, two one, seven, zero one, five, six. You can also tweet us at the good news pod, and if you love the good news podcast reviews on items, we'd appreciate it. Most of our music is by potting tin, bear same place same time tomorrow.