A problem of where we live in the suburbs is that walking to stores is not very practical. There are shopping areas a of couple miles from the house, but the walk is largely unpleasant along well traveled, pedestrian unfriendly roads which would be especially troublesome carrying grocery bags on the return trip.
However, this summer a Saturday farmer's market has established itself in the parking lot of a middle school about a mile away, and I'm making a weekly morning walk there. The trip is almost entirely along our street, and on my first trip I realized that I may have walked this route only once before in the 27 years we've lived here. It's a pleasant neighborhood, and I've found that I enjoy looking at the homes and yards.
There are only about a half dozen vendors at this market, but the meats and produce I've bought have been good. I walk home through the park rather than back through the residential neighborhood for a change of scenery.