Car culture in the US left me disconnected from nature. Germany’s ‘steigs‘ brought me back
Growing up in a car-centric suburb in Ohio, Joe Baur felt a sense of disconnection with the natural world. But when he moved to Germany, the country’s ‘steigs’—and public transport—changed that for good.
They say in Wales that sheep outnumber people. I wouldn’t be surprised if the same were true about cars in Mentor, Ohio.