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Monday, December 8, 2008

Are Pedicabs A Good Fit For CDA?

According to the Inlander, Spokane will soon be getting a new form of transportation; pedicab.
Here's the scoop.

I was thinking this would be perfect for Coeur d'Alene in the summer. Tourists could be pulled around downtown while enjoying the sunny weather and pretty views. Anyone want to start a petition to get Mr. Eggum to start up business in Coeur d'Alene?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

why would we petition for it since we already have it,There not out much but I've seen em'.Ran into em first at art on the green.

KMPO Staff said...

I'm a flight risk so I'm not allowed out of the office often. I hadn't seen any myself and didn't realize we already have pedicabs. Well good to know! So has anyone actually used one?

Anonymous said...

The CDA Pedicabs are pedaled by a couple of CDA firemen during the summer months.

KMPO Staff said...

WHY HAS NO ONE TOLD ME THIS BEFORE??? I have to go, I need to find an open pedicab.- Staci

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