Deb Rebel wrote:Most places Joseph refuse you entry unless you are shod, so I have a flat flat slipon type shoe I wear.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
A pair of "barefoot sandals" gets past most shoe police...
Stacy Witscher wrote:I'm so envious. I'm struggling with plantar fasciitis and cannot go barefoot at all.
I have never liked shoes, and would also prefer to be barefoot all the time.
I put off trying to where shoes all the time to deal with the plantar fasciitis as long as I could. But now the pain is unbearable.
Oh well, hopefully things will get better quickly, until then I will live vicariously through you.
John Weiland wrote:Those strings gain you access to the Top Stop in Logan?
David Livingston wrote:Being British I have to wear socks even in summer . even with sandals.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote: I knew that members of my tribe routinely go barefoot, but I didn't realize that it is so common in the wider community. But for this thread, I wouldn't have paid attention today. John Weiland: Would you ever have expected Cache Valley to be a hot-spot for barefoot living?
Deb Rebel wrote:These days I have hard heel crusts that like to crack and crack and crack until they rip and can need stitches so I am minimally shod and have to religious callous paring to keep the cracks at bay (with a small flush cut nippers no less).
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:I went barefoot running (1.25 miles) in a new part of town this morning. Picked up 3 goat-heads within a couple steps.
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