You must learn to walk before you can begin to fly
Dallas, Texas
May 16, 2017 8:34am CST
The first men on the earth walked. The dawn of transportation began millions of years ago. It was part of all life's makeup. The first foot paths where humans walked were found at the point where man began to migrate from Africa to all points on the planet so long ago that they left little trace. Before man could fly like he does so much today, he first had to learn to walk. Here is a link to the timeline of transportation technology from the best online information resource I know of, Wikipedia: title image from Pixabay
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Good one
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