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aussiesapphire
Nov 16, 2017
Looks very steep indeed, better have a good handbrake lol


"When you find peace within yourself, you become the kind of person who can live at peace with others." ~ Peace Pilgrim

I feel this positive approach is empowered by the love that is the nature of our being, and is effective in creating peace and happiness. The alternative - applying resistance, judgment, antagonism and hatred - is to be ruled by fear, which is to deny one's essence, and has the effect of empowering that which one opposes. As Guy Finley says: "Your true nature is fearless because it lives for one reason only: to be the instrument - moment-to-moment - of whatever Love asks it to be." Peter Shepherd

Take care and God bless. Hugs.
jmbps1991
Nov 16, 2017
I grew up on a steep hill. Dad used a brick as a brake. Loved the coup we had. Used to lay up in the back window ledge. Wouldn't that give people the willies in this day and age?
cindyj28
Nov 16, 2017
Yea, they have a fit when you say No set belts. and the way we carried our children with no car seats. and on and on.
Taffi
Nov 16, 2017
I was on Manitoulin Island when I was learning how to drive. Automatic I was fine but when they decided to teach me manual, yikes! I would have to know it for the test as this was farm country. Manual was needed. I did fine with my stepfather. His truck was manual and he patiently took me through the steps, releasing the clutch etc. I got to the point where I had to use a handbrake on a hill at a stop sign. I engaged the handbrake, this with Mom teaching me. And when I had to release it to leave the stop sign, swung to the right and into a gully. Mostly into it! Mom started screaming and yelling. I got out of the car and went to her side, telling her that she could drive now! And that was the end of that as my confidence was broken. I missed the driving test and never ever did learn how to drive. I'm 56 now...
Got to say that with depression, and fibromyalgia, I have no desire now to learn how to drive. I did start learning when I first got married. It's 15 years later now.
nlbuchanan
Nov 16, 2017
Depression and fibromyalgia generally go hand in hand. When it became painful for me to drive, I gave up and gave my car to my grandson. Now it is a little better controlled and I sometimes wish I had a car - but not enough to want to take on the expense of running one! I always manage to get where I need to be. I hope you can get your depression and pain controlled enough to be able to live a life that is full and enjoyable. With the right combination of meds, I can do that often enough to say I am content with my life. I can only thank God for that!
dbnc2
Nov 17, 2017
I was 40 when I started driving and about85 when I quite
my sister was 50 when she stared
she went to classes
retirenow14
Nov 19, 2017
I was 23 when I finally acquired enough confidence and took the test. There was little parking available for students on our college campus in the early 70's, so many of us took the bus, walked, or begged a ride. I think we take the test when no good transportation is assured us. Living in a very small town with no busses or cabs available in 1975 did it for me! If you wanted transportation to work, a car and license were necessary.
KwkClkrSwkr69
Nov 19, 2017
I wouldn't be comfortable living on a steep hill.
debbie8327
Nov 18, 2017
Would not want to have to park on that street
nlbuchanan
Nov 16, 2017
That looks almost like San Francisco. Sure glad I don't have to park like that!

God bless you all.
jas6415
Nov 16, 2017
That street is a lot steeper than it looks
elijah13
Nov 16, 2017
Very expensive houses. Gotta have super good brakes to park on this street ---really most streets in San Francisco! You have to turn your front wheels in toward the curb when you park.
JAMP124
Nov 16, 2017
I hope their brakes are in good shape!
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