My work is 10 miles away. A river flows from my house to work almost perfect. Would I reduce my carbon footprint by taking a canoe to work?
- Bubba GubbinsLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
How are you going to get you and your canoe home?
- pit bulls biteLv 75 months ago
as long as you dont hear banjos
- 5 months ago
Yes, because you're not using any fossil fuels.
- KayleenRLv 75 months ago
absolutely you could, but how you going to come back aganst the current?
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- 5 months ago
It will depend on how you power it.
- JimZLv 75 months ago
Your trip back home would be a biotch. I digress, but my dad once asked my uncle, where does this river flow and my Uncle Bob (We should have called him Uncle Obvious) said it flows down stream. Later that day we were on a long road trip and my dad asked Uncle Obvious when we'd reach Idaho and he said without missing a beat, when we reach the border we'll be almost there. Sadly, that is a true story.
- Mr. PLv 75 months ago
Would make the winter commute a *****, but yes, why not.
Make sure your work has a canoe rack to lock it up.
- Sathi SiranLv 75 months ago
Just swim it instead. You’d have to start your work day soaking wet, but that’s the trade-off.
- oikoσLv 75 months ago
Yes, and you would also build up your chest and arm muscles, losing excess fat in the process.
- DEBSLv 75 months ago
Reduce it from what? Walking would be best. Your canoe is made with petroleum products.