Thomas Jefferson would be proud of our community as we embark on the fourth annual Price City Community Walks.
Over 200 years ago Thomas Jefferson counseled his son-in-law "of all the exercises walking is best. A horse gives but a kind of half exercise, and a carriage is no better than a cradle. ... I have known some great walkers and had particular accounts of many more; and I never knew or heard of one who was not healthy and long lived."
Thomas Jefferson was himself a great walker and attributed both mental and physical health to the benefits of walking. Today, study after study has verified what Jefferson knew to be true.
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