This is the counterpoint to my walk across the US. Instead of seeing a million places for just a minute each, I'm going to spend a million minutes exploring just one place. By the time I finish walking every block of every street in all five boroughs, I'll have traveled more than 8,000 miles on foot — all within a single city. Details!
Your donations allow me to keep walking full-time. If you think what I'm doing is valuable and you'd like to offer some support, I would be very grateful. On the other hand, if you think I'm a worthless bum, feel free to email me and tell me to get a job, bozo. Both are excellent options!
I remember being in awe of shoes on wires when I was a kid. You see, living on Long Island, we didn’t see things like this much…so anytime we went to visit some of the family in “the city”, I always wondered how long it took to get those shoes up there. :)
I read somewhere that shoes hanging over telephone wires in a neighborhood is like the call sign for “get your drugs here.”
Hope none of those shoes have feet in them.
Shoefiti. Shoe tossing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoe_tossing
My husband was told while visiting that it had something to do with brothers that have been taken out of this world… when one dies – his shoes go up…