I had a great day on my scoot. My regular work day involved parking in the garage and riding the 1/4 mile to the courthouse. Because of the weather, today would have brutal for me without my TravelScoot. I started with an asthma attack as soon as I got out of my car in the garage.
If I had walked that distance afterward someone would have had to call 911 for me as soon as I arrived at the building. My day also included a trip across the street to City Court and back again. I had to make two out-of-the-ordinary trips to my car today (totaling three round-trips), I would never have been able to do that without my scoot. The best part of the day was that I was able to ride my scoot about three city blocks at the hottest part of the day to go to lunch with friends. I wouldn't even have attempted that trip on foot had the weather been cool and clear. The food was less than stellar but the company was good and the trip was great. I can't say that I have regretted my purchase one bit. In fact, for me the value of the scoot far outweighs the cost.
I know I would already have had to quit my job this summer if it were not for my scoot. I love it, I'm having lots of fun with it, but the bottom line is that it is keeping me working.
In the picture (left to right): Elizabeth's hubby Alan, Hardy Huber (TravelScoot inventor), and Rhonda
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Why I love my TravelScoot
Rhonda wrote to tell us about her day on Tuesday: