Husband's Moped Triggers Anxiety, Nostalgia Beating the high cost of a petroleum-fueled commute can be a chore. Or sometimes it can be a way to turn back the clock. When her husband brought home his gas-guzzling solution, it triggered anxiety as well as happy memories for Charlotte Observer columnist Mary Curtis.
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Husband's Moped Triggers Anxiety, Nostalgia

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Husband's Moped Triggers Anxiety, Nostalgia

Husband's Moped Triggers Anxiety, Nostalgia

Husband's Moped Triggers Anxiety, Nostalgia

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Beating the high cost of a petroleum-fueled commute can be a chore. Or sometimes it can be a way to turn back the clock. When her husband brought home his gas-guzzling solution, it triggered anxiety as well as happy memories for Charlotte Observer columnist Mary Curtis.