Cycle to the store.
Your purchases will be limited to what you can fit into your bike trailer and how much extra weight you are willing to haul back with you. That, or after your first trip you will learn to take the proper considerations.
At first the going was a little hard, but when I realized that I had the gears set to the hardest setting instead of the easiest, things improved quickly. This small change repaired some lost confidence from my last bike outing, when I was dismayed at my apparent and complete lack of physical strength. Turns out I was just pedaling against the most strenuous resistance, all the time.
(M'kay, I'm getting really sick of Blogger auto-rotating my photos and doing it incorrectly. )
After I stashed as many bags as possible into the back of the trailer I had to fill in the space around Fiona in the front as well. Luckily I kept her happy with a FiberOne bar on the way home.
A word to the wise: cabbages are especially heavy. So is butternut squash.
At least the bike's pretty cute.
Good thing I got ready before I biked the 3 miles each way.
What, you can't tell?