Monday, October 5th, 2009

Rhodia Scoot

Stephanie

Rhodiscoot 002

Leah Hoffman from the Quo Vadis Blog sent me this picture of this absolutely adorable Rhodia colored scooter that lives in her neighborhood. I’ve never ridden a scooter or a motorcycle but have always wanted to. I can see myself riding one like this through the Italian countryside to the local market where I would pick up some fresh bread, wine, and cheese for a casual dinner with friends. To me, it just seems to strike an emotional chord of freedom – one of “I’m going where I want,  I’ll get there when I get there, and things will be joyous when I arrive because I drive an orange moto scoot!”


4 thoughts on “Rhodia Scoot

  1. Electrical scooters (like the ones commongly found in Key West) are pretty fun and don’t require much training to handle them. I tried a gas-powered one on a recent trip, and its gear-shifting kind of stump me and kept stalling the engine.

  2. Electrical scooters (like the ones commongly found in Key West) are pretty fun and don’t require much training to handle them. I tried a gas-powered one on a recent trip, and its gear-shifting kind of stump me and kept stalling the engine.

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