Day 92

Walk Main

June 27th, 2010

Shane and some of his Walk Main crew escorted me down Main Ave in Bismarck and over the Missouri River into Mandan.


  1. Karen Too says:

    “Walk Main” looks like a great idea. Now if only they could do something about the proliferation of guns.

  2. NickHop says:

    hey how else are we suppost to maintain our 5 to 1 gun to person ratio for when the zombies attack.

  3. Steve says:

    Bree is a real cutie!

  4. Jeff says:

    I’d say kids staying out of trouble…except for the guns over their heads.

  5. Jeff says:

    Kids Keeping kids out of trouble. Now that is what I call Brotherly and Sisterly Love. Peace “walk-main”. Your doing the right thing….but about that gun store…….

  6. Saun in Ohio says:

    OMG get over the gun store……

  7. Candice in Alabama says:

    Are they walking their bicycles at night?

  8. katzien in austin says:

    At least they keep their sidewalks nice and clean. I guess they better…or else! Ba ha ha ha!!

  9. tim says:

    All these gun places look kind of scary. hope people are friendly. Run into any Quakers out there yet?

  10. Matt says:

    Just remember people, unless you live in town, the police are at least 15 minutes away. When I use to live in the country, the police were at least an hour away, sometimes more. There are bad people in the world and thankfully, there are people who stand up to injustice and protect the timid.

  11. Howard 'Perez' Johnson says:

    If they walk and don’t drive, where do they get laid?

  12. Eden Pastora says:

    And yet with the proliferation of guns, gun shops and people with guns out there they have a lower crime rate than places where guns are demonized. Perhaps its time to rethink your opinions?

    • Melody says:


    • Audrey says:

      I guess that depends on where you live. Baltimore and other cities like it have a proliferation of guns and insane homicide rates. And most of the guns? Stolen. So even gun control can’t control that.

  13. TJ says:

    I taught school in NoDak for a few years. As you can see, most of the kids are really great people. Some of the parents are too. Matt’s pictures bring back some memories – it’s so wiiiiiiiiiiide open.

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