183. Carry the Groceries Home (1)

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In New York City, grocery stores are hard find. It’s a lucky person who lives within block of a grocery store. Delis and little are everywhere, but grocery stores are few and between. The closest grocery store to Brian was . It was six blocks from his apartment. Friday went shopping. It was a 25-minute walk to . It was a 35-minute walk back. On the back, Brian had to stop every block to . He put the four heavy plastic bags on sidewalk. He stood next to them. He stretched fingers. He stretched his arms. He stretched his . There’s got to be a better way, he . There is. Many people buy personal shopping carts. cost as little as $20. But Brian didn’t to spend $20 on a shopping cart. Maybe can invent something, he thought.