I had a chance to do a Guzzie and Guss Stroller Review recently, and it didn’t come a moment too soon. I actually thought my stroller days were over for good given that my little guy is almost 4, but whoa, was I ever wrong.
The scene of the test? Downtown Seattle on a blustery spring day. We were heading from Giant Wheel to Pike Place and everywhere in between. The weather? Typical Seattle. Showers with Showers and a light sprinkling of rain and wind.
The Guzzie & Guss Goose was a stroller that both he and I loved to go for a joy ride in. And a joy ride it was – With full suspension, cable brakes, and a comfy fully reclining seat, he was a happy little guy when we blasted down the streets in the pouring rain. I bumped up him the cobblestone streets on the way to the gum wall (no comment) and through Pike Place with complete ease, even though the trek to the gum wall was all uphill and would have been difficult with my other tank of a stroller.
The cushy bumping from the full suspension even bounced him to sleep at one point, which meant there was more time to sit and enjoy Seattle’s amazing coffee in peace and quiet. When we were finished for the day, I packed the stroller up, tossed it in the back of the car, and was ready to head out in about 3 minutes.