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Commentator Pat Cook Gulya has found one answer to high gas prices: the standard bicycle. What some people might consider a burden, she sees as a gift.
September 1, 2005. Rebroadcast September 3.
*** COMMENTARY: PEDAL POWER ***
ERIC WHITNEY: Hurricane Katrina may not have threatened Colorado directly, but it sent oil prices spiking above seventy dollars a barrel, a new record high, and that affects plenty of people here. But high gas prices don’t bother Commentator Pat Cook Gulya too much, since she doesn’t burn any on her daily commute. Gulya rides her bicycle most days, and considers it more of a treat than a chore.
PAT COOK GULYA: With gas prices climbing each day, I am happy that I commute to work on my bicycle. After six years, I still look forward to the ride. Initially it was a novelty, but then I got hooked. I ride the nine and one half miles every possible day. In December and January I hurry home to beat the darkness.
I love riding to work. The morning ride takes ten minutes longer than driving, and when I arrive, I’m fully awake; all my body parts have snapp...
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