Root Bridges are made from living roots of Trubber trees, and are self-renewing. To exercise on such a bridge would be ecologically correct for Gisele, who is an ambassador for the UN Environment Program.
And of course there are both Pedestrian Overpasses and Pedestrian Underpasses, both of which would tone every part of Gisele, except for the fact that they are always found in big cities, and that implies pollution. Both of these would be good for biking.
Cities in cold climates often have Underground Walkways, which are private, warm and a bit airless, but nonetheless good for exercise in foul weather.
But in mild weather, Gisele can find places that are more fun like this Trampoline Walkway in Russia. Trampolines are the best exercise to reduce cellulite.
But if if she wants a more challenging step workout, a Walkway like this one would give her a thorough fat-burning cardio step workout.
There are others that are even more fun, and she owns enough property that she could have a Roller Coaster Pedestrian Walkway built in one of her backyards so the whole family could keep in shape.
There are also some cheerful Pedestrian Walkways that were inspired on the free-play toy, Legos, which could motivate Gisele to design her own workout routine.
And if Gisele really believes that walking is the best exercise, there are a couple of architects who like to design and build what they call “Endless Walkways” and are supposed to keep people from getting bored. Getting bored is a serious danger to working out.
There are also Pedestrian Overpasses or Sunken Walkways that are very focused, and would be perfect for an über model like Gisele to keep on target for her fitness routine. The 17th century Moses Pedestrian Bridge shown on the right crosses a canal in the Netherlands, and has a politically correct name. Moses is an important prophet in Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
This Looped Pedestrian Walkway could be ideal for resilience and could keep those “necklace lines” from forming prematurely.
A Pedestrian Walkway with a glass ceiling might do the same for her neck, and would also be useful for stress-busting and/or meditation.
And if she ever misses the spotlight, she could hone her body on one of these Raised Walkways.
Last but not least, she might take a stroll on a Boardwalk for relaxation. Boardwalks are always built over or alongside water, and are considered romantic.
The word cliffhanger comes from cliffs. Duh. Cliffs are vertical, or nearly vertical, rocks that have been formed by erosion and weathering. There are lots of famous cliffs, but the first ones that come to my mind are the White Cliffs of Dover, probably because there was a popular World War II song about them that was part of my childhood, and also because they are on the historical English coastline.
When one thinks of cliffhangers, England and its gothic novels always come to mind. Cliffhangers are the kind of story, book or movie that uses suspense either at the end of an episode or a scene. A good example was the way the final episode of Game of Thrones, season 5, was done. Jon Snow was dead. Or was he? Those of us who sweated it out until season 6 was aired were never really sure. The writers used old-fashioned melodrama, suspense and uncertainty, and the audience was left as if hanging from a cliff in a state of tension and apprehension. And that’s a true cliffhanger.
This part of the blog will not be able to offer any nail-biting cliffhangers, but it will have classes in series, and I hope they will be interesting enough that you will want to come back and read what happens next, even if you don’t lose sleep anticipating the next chapter. Enjoy.