And in fact, one of the libraries was installed at a drive-thru coffee shop.
We had, on numerous trips through the drive through, pointed out the cute Little Free Library. We hadn’t, for some reason, ever stopped to look more closely.It seems obvious why they hadn't stopped. Drive-thru's aren't configured for stopping and exiting the car. Their entire raison d'etre is to eliminate the need to stop and exit the car!
This to me is a fascinating example of the way a small moment in what many are calling a "tactical urbanism" with a focus on walking has been assimilated to autoist culture.
At least from the standpoint here, it is something to resist.