I see these pass by our house almost as often as cars.
Every third person in our village owns one, and spring is the time they are busiest as they are used to haul wood, brush, and rubbish from vineyards and fields.
They are so common we forget how uncommon they are. A neighbor rode up the driveway the other day just to talk. Only an hour or so later did we think twice about the fact that he was on a cart pulled by a horse.
Some days we think we not only moved across the world but also back in time!
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