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They say red brightens a picture.

Walking a busy bike path is disconcerting.  People, bikes, skaters and skateboards advancing swiftly from from behind, passing and the zooming off in front of you.

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  1. It does! Some path uses are not very thoughtful, careful, respectful or polite.

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    1. When I am riding my bike I am not so much inconsiderate as incapable

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  2. When I am walking, I have only just leaned NOT to step off the made pathway to allow people walking abreast to continue as they were.

    The red here is great.

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  3. The red is always an eye grabber.
    Yes, it's a bit sad how pathway manners are sometimes lacking. I sometimes do the same as Julie, but not always - some folk are just plain aggressive (only some fortunately) :D)

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