Still giggling

Step out the door of the school bus

Tell Andy goodbye

Run inside change into my play clothes

The jeans with patches on the knees

Run out to the woods to play with my friends


Shut the computer off

Change into my biking shorts

Load the bike into the truck

Off to Lovell Gulch to go ride


At 54, I still get that excited

Got to get out there

Riding on the trail I smell the wet leaves

The sun shine through the trees

And I giggle like hell!

Send peace and joy,

Dwight

Photos along the way

Getting off the highway

This post is dedicated to my friend Anne Marie. Check out her blog at https://seclusion101withannemarie.com. She’s a beautiful soul and I enjoy reading about what’s happening in her lifešŸ˜Š

Well I finally got around to stop and takes some pictures while out on my motorcycle. Here you go:

Beautiful spot to hang out

Cripple Creek, Colorado

Old gold mining

Old train car

Hope you all have a great week!

Peace,

Dwight

Fun vanlife video

Hey my friends,

Just going to keep it light and share this video with you all. I’m doing well and just getting a bit quiet I guess. It’s a good thing. Sending out big loving vibes and hugs to you all.

Here’s some entertainment with a good message and vibe. Chrome lives in a van with his bulldog Cruz. They hang near Vancouver, Canada but travel all over. I get a lot of joy subscribing to his channel and thought some of you might too.

Peace,

Dwight

Click on image to view video. If that doesn’t work go to YouTube and search for Vancity Vanlife. Video title is Living in solitude allows you time to get to know who you are.

Bought a toy today

Woke up this morning and decided with my tax return that instead of being responsible and boring and paying down my mortgage that I’d say fuck it and have some fun this year.

It’s a pretty small bike and taps out at 55mph, but the fun is in the size of the tires and heading out on all the mountain dirt roads around me. This is one of my steps this year to start enjoying a hobby. I’m sure you’ll be seeing more of this and some neat mountain pictures this spring.

Peace,

Dwight