[nagdu] crossing highways alone with your guide
cindyray at gmail.com
Tue Jul 23 12:48:11 UTC 2013
I used to have to cross a highway. It was not at an intersection; I think that might be where I developed some of my fear of traffic. It wasn't quite so busy when I first moved there, but it got busier, and people took it to get to I35. Thing is, even when I could cross, I could still faintly hear the cars that had gone by, but I couldn't tell if they were gone cars or coming cars, so I developed considerable fear of crossing. I think it has needlessly carried over, and now where I live I don't have to cross. I now have a busy crossing with buttons, but I don't really know how to tell which one I am pushing--for the busy street I want to cross or the other one.
On Jul 22, 2013, at 10:08 PM, Rebecca Ilniski <rilniski at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all. I was wondering if any of you have crossed highways independently with your guides? There are 2 major highways in my neighborhood and along these highways are different places I like to go. Learning the routes are not a problem for me even though I don't have the best sense of direction. I used to freak out when I get lost but don't as much as I used to. I'd be interested in any of your experiences with dealing with highways and pikes.
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