I need your participation for this local, national, and global survey!
When we moved to Seattle eleven years ago, my favorite gas station sold gas at one point for $0.87. No need to adjust your eyes. You read that correctly.
Yesterday, the cheapest gas in our neighborhood was $4.259. I stood there shocked when the total cost to fill up our minivan was $61.37. Picture of the receipt below as proof.
So, I’ve got couple easy questions for you and I’m hoping that EVERYONE who reads will participate:
How much was gas [per/gallon] the last time you filled up your car? What neighborhood or city do you live [and if appropriate, what country]?
Are you walking or biking more as a result? Driving less?
I’d love to see which city in this country and world boasts the cheapest and most expensive gas. And yes, I’d like to hear what folks are doing to in response to the escalating prices for gas. I don’t know about you but our family is certainly feeling the pinch.
* And this can only happen in Seattle. Even gas stations take global political stances. Check the bottom of the receipt:
Thank You. Come back Soon. Free Tibet.