EXTREME PITTSBURGH, CONTINUED FROM PG. 17
PET of the
Photo credit: Linda Mitzel
Dottie This perky-eared pointer can’t wait to pack up her suitcase with her favorite toys and go to her forever home! Dottie is a people-oriented young gal who eagerly anticipates her next play date. An appropriate home for her would include children older than twelve who will respect this cute canine’s space. Dottie wouldn’t mind sharing her home with another dog, but would prefer a home without cats.
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THE WHEEL MILL 6815 Hamilton Ave., Homewood. www.thewheelmill.com
N THE PAST several years, Pittsburgh has worked to become more of
a bike-friendly city with bike shares and dedicated bike lanes. And those things are great for getting from point A to point B. But what
if you want to kick it up a notch? The Wheel Mill in Homewood is the city’s ﬁrst indoor bike park, and it caters to both BMX riders and mountain bikers. Prices range from $10 for kids under 7 to $16 for adults. Professional BMX rider Chris Doyle, a Pittsburgher with four X Games medals, shared with us some of the more advanced uses of the park.
PITTSBURGH CITY PAPER 08.26/09.02.2015
Pittsburgh City Paper Volume 25 Issue 34