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Oh, I'm so sorry!! No traffic is one of the reasons
I love Wichita. Haha when we moved here from Dallas
20+ years ago I remember a native Wichitan telling me
that I shouldn't drive to the other shopping mall because
it was "all the way on the other side of town". LOL it was a whopping
15 minutes at the most.

My 12 mile commute takes me 15 minutes, with school buses and lumber trucks.

Sometimes we get some "experienced drivers" who feel that 55 means 40.

Of course I need to drive an hour for sushi, but it is ~50 miles away.

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