I might be able to - I should any way - I work in a lonnnnnggggg building - it used to be some sort of warehouse, I believe it was a fish warehouse at it is located on the old fish piers.
Any way - once I walk into the building it is a good walk to my desk - I mean we are at the opposite end of this long pier from where you get into from security. So any walk outside requires a nice long walk just to get to my desk.
During the summer when it would be super hot here, I'd make due with inside walks.
First, I'd harness a horse collar around my neck, and attach it to these blocks of sandstone, that sat on rollers. As I started down the hallway on my floor, I'd toss groats on the ground, so as the rollers and rock passed over them, they would press them flat. On the way back, I would gather them up, since they would be my dinner.
I'd drag the sandstone up one flight, where there is a construction company. We had an arrangement that for every block, they would give me a liter of potable water, and a tablespoon of salt.
Before walking home 10 miles, I'd put the groats, water and salt into a goat stomach I'd turned into a guney sack. The sloshing and heat would cook my meal of the day adequately enough by the time I got home.
Now that the weather's cooler, I just go for a walk around the neighborhood at around 8pm, with my hiking poles.