Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Head's UP

My Advice - Put on your seatbelt as this is a roller coaster for sure. In fact, this entry is for filing under 'later re-read' posts. My Thoughts , Two Cents , A Baptism Of Fire , Also Know As A Witch With A Capital B


BIKE:

Zero Baby!! Sh*T you not and haven't turned on the Garmin in days/weeks. Commuter Bike, Yes. Grocery store, office, and house sitting jobs. But no effort rides. Speaking of watering gardens, the sky was raining ash while I was hand watering. Little tiny white/grey ash floated down like a winter snow storm. So Eerie!! Our valley appears to be Mother Nature's ashtray.

Currently Singing U2 - RED SKIES AT NIGHT 
Frustrations:

SO many little insignificant things are frustrating me these days. Every damn day for about 7 months the wind blew. 40mph head winds, 15mph headwinds in both directions, every time I was on the bike for any significant time, there was brutally Phuc-N winds. We now have the 4th largest Colorado wild fire and NO air movement???


People running their autos A/C while parked. WTF?? The other day, parked in the shade, car at idol, windows halfway down/up, the amount of heat pouring out from their iron horses was unreal. The person behind the wheel was staring at their phone. Is it that difficult to get out of the car and sit under the shade tree?? To simply sit on Mother Earth and reconnect. Take off you shoes and EXPERIENCE the freshly cut sod. But no, the umbilical cord to our cellular phones takes precedent. False Comforts Of The Automobile


Cigarette Butts?? They used to bother me so much and now I see littered masks replacing discarded butts. The amount of trash EVERYWHERE is shocking. That poor old indian in the commercial would not just be shedding a tear, rather suffering from a stroke.


I know, first world problems. Struggling to let that SH*T go. My last road ride nearly 14 days ago took me all over this magical valley for just over 11 hours, 98mi/157.715km and 2,300ft/701m of climbing. The photo above was from Mr Sun rising in all its glory and the photo below was showcasing Mr Wind Maker blowing the smoke North Northwest. Miss Those Days


DEATH:

The grim reaper has been busy. Such A Bummer. I met Jamin through Craigslist back in about 2007ish. He bought, repaired, and sold refurbished MACs. He later became a full-time car mechanic and employed a number of wrenching characters. I rang him last November and he shared with me with a cracking voice that he was diagnose with stage 4 colon cancer. From that day on, never missed a day, I sent him a video of whatever I happened to be doing. On July 26th, video of a water fall from Ouray, "This is Jamin's Wife. Jamin Passed Away This Morning."


Then, if that wasn't a punch in the nuts, all my fears became reality when I stopped dead in my tracks reading of BLK Dog passing. That hurt my heart. Crushed my heart with eyes of tears. I never crossed paths with BLK Dog and only began following BLK Dog after life weathered him into a blind old happy lab. BLK Dog was very fortunate to have brilliant humans that met his every need and made him as comfortable as possible during these last few months. So appreciate every day as if its your last. Make A Difference

KARMA Coupons:


How ya like this replacement?? These kind folks were dog sitting and that poor dog became spooked and bolted right through their old screen door. Ripped the screen to hell. Originally, I was simply going to replace the screen but the trim held no integrity left to offer up. The upper boards of the older door were split from the scared dog's sprinting velocity and no amount of Gorilla Glue could cure this situation. Purchasing brackets, new roll of screen, thin trim boards, and my time was driving up the cost. Yikes


True Value Hardware had this brand new door on sale ( originally $119.oo ) for 40 bucks!! No Brainer!! Trimmed off the bottom, painted it brick red, chiseled out for the hinges, second coat of scarlet, added in the golden highlights, screwed  a new screen into the the frame, and added a paw print as a final touch. Impeccable Results


ORTHO:

I have actually been in the office twice this past week. Once for a long time regular client from way back. Super basic tune up really. A tune up for the both of us. Second, someone I hadn't spoke with in many moons, reached out regarding neck issues.


Regardless of how those sessions went, my attitude shifted for the better. For The Dynamic. For the What Else Is Possible Outlook. For True Enlightenment. Moving Towards Ease Without Complexities. One forgets how depressed about life's daily issues or fanatical measures or whatever when focused on task at hand. But my whole demeanor shifted after the first session. My mind was completely benevolent to my own dimensions until riding the commuter bike afterwards. I love the mechanism of the human body. Wake Up

Close Encounters of a Third Kind 
GOALS:

  1. By definition - the object of a person's ambition; an aim or desired result
  2. Too Smokey For Immediate Cycling Plans But Set A Longterm Seed 
  3. Swim - Indoor Swimming 
  4. Add Oil/Lubricant To All The Swamp Cooler Bearings
  5. Purchase New White Canvases For Pouring Acrylic Paints   

Stay Strong Folks,
Cheers

89 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear about Jamin.

    I hope that wildfire comes under control soon.

    I remember the crying Indian from when I was a child. I agree, he would be having a stroke now. I really do not like cigarette buts either.

    Take care and stay safe.

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    1. Me Too On Both Fronts - Wasn't That A Blast From The Past - I Ended Up Going Down The Rabbit Hole Watching Older 1970's Commercials - Highly Entertaining

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  2. ...thank goodness that I don't live in an area where forest fires are an issue. All that pollution at least makes for a nice sunset. Keep on keepin' on.

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    1. ...Interesting You Mention That - I Was West Of Town Tonight And That Huge Red Ball Was Just Like A Star Wars Scene - You Could Stare At It Without Sunglasses - Just Like The Donald

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  3. So sorry to hear of Jamin and Black Dog’s passing. The fire nearby adds to the loss. Glad to hear you felt better after work. You did a great job on the door too.

    Hope the rest of the week is great for you. Take care.

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    1. Thank You And Glad You Like The Screen Door - Pretty Pleased With It

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  4. Hello Padre, first of all I am so sorry for the passing of your friend Jamin and BLK Dog. I felt really sad while reading about Jamin, although I am sure he had good days because you were so kind and thoughtful to send him videos and keep him happy until his last days. You really are a good friend Padre. I hope you stay safe in the wildfire. My older brother that lives in San Francisco has been telling me earlier about ashfalls on the bay! Please stay safe my brother!

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    1. Thanx Man - We B Safe , Just Unbreathable Smokey Today - Saw The California Fires And That Is A Bad Scene As Well - I Appreciate The Words And Positive Reenforcing Vibes

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  5. Sad about Jamin. That is so young. The fires seem serious, as we have heard about the ones on the west coast.

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    1. Totally - Way Too Young - The Fire Exploded Last Night - Another 38,000 Acres Burned - My Buddy Claims That It Is Now The 2nd Largest Fire In Colorado History - The Valley Here Was Smoked Out - So Sucks

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  6. Hi Padre sorry to hear of your friends passing and boy your post was hard so much going on in your state hope it all improves soonfor you all. And gee well done on your lengthy bike rides,you are amazing,stay safe and take care my friend.

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    1. Hoping For A Better Future - Thanx For Dropping Some Vibes

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  7. This post is all downhill. No rollercoaster. Take care. The bright spot was the paw 😊 on the door. Best wishes.

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  9. "With A Capital B" made me laugh! The ash not so much... scary.
    Those cell-phone-glued guys drive me nuts. How it must hurt their necks, staring at that thing while walking, seeing you last sec.

    Same here with the littered masks.

    Cancer :-(
    Oh, boy, just a year older than my little Brother, so sorry, nice you cared so much, and hurtful. Our dog died of cancer, too, as my parents, a friend and... but we try to make it to Mars, beats me.

    Life is crazy, but, hey, we have but this one, so: cheers :-)

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    1. Thanx For Laughing - We All Need More Humor In Our Daily Routines - I Call In Cellular Necks - Whats The Deal With Littered Masks, Makes NO Sense What So Ever - That Hits Home When You Have A Loved One Close Or Relatable - Bummer On Your Dog, The Boy Dog Passed Of Cancer As Well - Dogs And Cancer, Plastic?? Processed Chemicals?? Who Knows

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  10. Sad news today, we live in a scary world. Stay safe everyone!

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    1. We Also Live In A Beautifully Wonderful World With So Many Opportunities Around Every Corner - Hope All Is Well Around Your Parts

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    1. Thanx For Reading And For Creating The Time To Comment

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  12. I’m so sorry. My deepest condolences.

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  13. So sorry to hear about your pal Jamin. No wonder you're angry with the world. Me too. Our politicians have effed it up for our grandkids. Sad to lose a dog, as good as any pal. Almost.

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    1. And I Am Afraid That More Of That News Is Coming Down The Pipe Soon - Its Not That I Am Angry At The World, Its More Of A Disappointment - I Wrote About It A Number Of Times About How My Fingers Were Crossed That Humans Would Return From Lockdown With A New Found Perspective - That Is Far From The Case Here - Always Nice To Hear From You Mr Phil - Be Well

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  14. It's always gut wrenching when a friend passes away. My sympathies. Your job with the new screen door was genius carpentry work. And the fires? Yes, dry, windy for weeks...my sister can see the San Juan range on any given, NORMAL day, but she sent me a photo of out her window...no mountains...like a Front range prairie, because of the smoke from forest fires. Take care. Be safe.

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    1. Your Sisters Lives In Pure Beauty - The San Juan Range Is Something Special - Thank You For Such Kind Words - Pleased About You Thinking That My Carpentry Work Was Genius - So Thankful That I Don't Call The Frontstrange Home - Great Place To Visit, Not To Live

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  15. Wow, so much bad news. I am sorry for the loss of your friend Jamin. It is sad to hear about the loss of Black Dog, he had many people rooting for him. I have been hearing about the wildfires in Colorado and California, any fire scares me. You did a great job with the new door, it looks great. Take care and stay safe! Wishing your a good day.

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    1. Thanx For Noticing The Door - I To Like How It Turned Out - You Are So Right, We Were Really Pulling For BLK Dog - He Was Doing So Well There For Awhile - Labs, There Such Fantastics Breeds - Will Have A Good Day Today

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  16. Hello,
    What a nice pictures. Really amazing to see shot 5.
    What a wonderful sky.

    Greetings, Marco

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    1. Hello Marco, Thanx For That - It Is A Wonderful Sky

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  17. Oh my goodness that's not good re fire.
    Hope it's contained before too long.
    The photos are beaut.
    Take care

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    1. Front Page Of The paper Confirms That It Is Now The 2nd Largest Fire In Colorado History - Thanx For Checking Out The Photos - Sending Vibes

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  18. I am sorry and send my condolences to the passing of your good friends.
    I feel a deep sorrow for you.
    Stay strong through life, friend.

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    1. Many Thanx For Sure - The Cycle Of Life Can be Challenging - Hope You're Well And Happy

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  19. So sorry about your friend...
    I always love your phots, the most beautiful here is the n.5 amazing sky!
    Kisses, Paola.

    Expressyourself


    My Instagram

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    1. Thank You For Your Condolences - That Sunrise Was Something To Admire Live - And That Sunflower, WoW - Take Care

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  20. so sorry to hear about Jamin being lost to cancer and for your loss. My condolences. This year is a hard one,there always seem to be bad news, and now wild fires....I hope things get better.

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  21. Dearest Travis,
    This is once more such a vibrant post, filled with so much that more people ought to be aware of.
    The headwind is almost always evident when biking but in your case having 40 mph headwind is extreme.
    Sad for those wildfires and God forbid if it is caused by some reckless people...
    Saved that crying Indian to my Environmental board on Pinterest. Our adopted daughter is part First Nation/Dutch/Scottish from British Columbia.
    The saddest element in this posting was the passing of your friend, due to his battle with colon cancer. May God bless all his loved ones and may he rest in Peace.
    Yes, we sure must live as if it was our last chance in doing whatever!
    Your replacement screen door is done excellent; to the teeth!
    Left you a reply to your educational comment on my post.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. WoW - Thank You - Its Been Weird How Those Crosswinds Almost Blew Me Over, Headwinds Stopped Me In Motion, And Tailwinds Were Often Elusive - Pleased You Offered Up The Word Vibrant - Thank You For That - Will Head Back Over To Your Post - As Always, So Wonderful Hearing Your Thoughts - Stay Strong

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  22. The passing of good friends, both human and four-legged is tough. My condolences to you, Padre. That is something we all go through and it's never easy. I still get tears in my eyes when I see my dogs and cats photos and it has been over a decade. Memories of them make me smile.
    I always hated fire season when we lived in Alaska. Looks like a terrible one in your area. I hate smelling smoke and seeing ash everywhere. Masks are being litered here too. Why can't they carry them home and put them in a bin. Laziness is a common theme today. People need to wake up and enjoy each and every day, that's all we got, there are no additions just substractions. I hope you are doing well and have a wonderful day. Take care, my friend and stay safe! A smile for you from the island of Ireland!

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    1. Heavy And Well Stated Mr Bill - Love Those Smiles

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  23. so sorry for the loss of your friend-always so difficult.
    I get very upset too with the liter-no excuse for it what so ever-period. Gorgeous photos-great job on the door! You rock!
    Take care-stay positive

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    1. Super Difficult - Thanx For The Photo Comment - Stoked On The Door For Sure

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  24. I am really sorry. The Cancer is a awful disease. I hope there will be a cure for this

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  25. Such sad news the passing of 2 friends...grief is such a hard emotion to deal with...just when you think you have found peace it hits you hard right in the gut. The fires are def an issue, my sis's dog Jimmy has to have surgery on his eyes on Thursday...and they have to drive over Independence Pass since 70 is closed this adds 3 hrs of white knuckle driving to the already anxious business of trying to restore the sight to a blind dog. I really am wishing for some rain for the whole region! Hugs to you.

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    1. Holy Smokes, Literally - Couldn't Even Imagine Driving East These Days - Thanx For Sending Rain Vibes As I Have Been Dreaming Of Snow For Months Now

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  26. Sorry to hear about your loss. That sucks. And wow, you got some great shots of the fire, but, even though they look cool, it would be better for the fire to go away. Hope your ash rain stops too. (If the fire disappears I guess it would.)

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  27. The fire images are making me 😱 We just don't see that here. As much as my area needs the rain, I'll pray it hits your area first. Everybody says sorry for you loss, but you didn't lose your friend. He's in your heart. I hope memories of good times eases the pain you are feeling. You did a bang up job on that door. It's beautiful and I especially love the little pawprint. Stay safe and well.

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    1. Thanx You For The Thoughts - I Am Nervous That We Will Experience Our Second Non Monsoonal Flow - Last Year Was The First Time In Our Recorded History Books At NOAA That The Western Slope Of Colorado Went Bone Dry In August - Sucks - Thanx For The Good Vibes On The Door

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  28. So sorry to hear about your friend. Such tough times right now. Seems all our nerves are frayed. A pet peeve of mine is people who sit in their cars for extended periods on a beautiful day, windows up and AC running. Heck, just roll down your window and enjoy the fresh air! The part that bothers me most is this seems now to be the "norm" now. Accepted by all.

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    1. I Hear Ya And I Am Definitely Not Alone - Really Bothered With The Norm These Days And Why Its Widely Accepted Or Tolerated - On A Bright Note, Stoked With You And Your Daughter Adventure - Like Way Stoked - Good On You

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  29. Lamento a more do seu amigo e são impressionantes as fotos do fogo.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    Livros-Autografados

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    1. obrigado por suas condolências
      Muito apreciado meu amigo
      Fique bem

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  30. This fire looks terrifying. I'm so sorry you lost a friend. He died too young :(

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    1. He Did Pass Way Too Young And Willing - The Good Ol USofA Is Burning Down The House - Talking Heads There

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  31. Oh yes I love Owls and this "Owl You Need Is Love" is so cute <3

    I'm so sorry you lost a friend. Fire is really dangerous =(
    Cheers

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    1. Owl - The Healing Animal - Snake - Spirit Animal - Yes, The Fire Has Been Rather Destructive - Thanx For The Words

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  32. Just stopping by to wish you a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank You For Being So Damn Lovely And Thoughtful

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  33. i like how you "tell it like it is"!! most of the blogs i follow are "lovely" and "sweet", i enjoy them but you are different and i enjoy reading you as well. i chuckle some, and i wonder how you look when you are writing this!!

    in new jersey, it is against the law to idle your car. we have done it, in the extreme heat. i have MS, can't walk very far, the husband runs in and if i cannot tolerate being outside, i stay in the car with the a/c running. i always feel guilty!!

    bike - zero baby, me too!!

    the fires are such a huge problem, i don't know how you are able to tolerate the air quality. and so much lost landscape, it is such a horror!!

    a sad story about your friend...but it is wonderful to have such important people in our lives. people who can touch us to the point that we cry. i have not had too many!!!

    i read the rest, you sure are on fire, no pun intended. i hope you get to do some indoor swimming!!!

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    1. See, Even I Was Wrong For Passing Judgement - Maybe These Folks Have A Medical Condition And I Need To Not Pass Judgement - Thank You For A Shot Of Perspective - I Thought You Had Brand New e-bikes?? If So, Why No Miles?? I Am At The Age Were So Many Known Folks Are Shuffling Off This Mortal Coil - Sucks!! Yes, Started Indoor Swimming - Feeling Old And Slow By So Heavenly - Thank You For Your Kind Words And For Always Dropping A Comment - Much Appreciated

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    2. i have an e-bike, but it has been too hot to ride. also, because of the fire at our business park, we have been too busy. you cannot begin to imagine what the insurance company, building inspectors, fire marshall...ect. are putting us through. we still do not have permission to demolish what is left of the building that burned!!

      we are fine, we know what we have to do, but the fire, plus we are building one final new building on the property, we are super busy right now!!!

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  34. Crazy, these wildfires. I almost feel guilty enjoying my sunrises and sunsets knowing they are a result of said wildfires.

    So sorry to hear about the loss of your friends, gone too young. It's not right. All we can do is live our best life, right? You just never know. <3

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    1. I Wish I Owned A $10,000 Camera As The Sunrises Are Breath Taking - So Science Fiction These Days - Stay Right Little W - Stay Right

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  35. wild fire so dangerous...hope, extinguish soon....

    Have a great weekend....take care

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  36. Dear friend, I would like to say so many things in my comment but I am afraid I might distract attention from the importance of this post therefore I will talk only about the things that impressed me most. I am sorry to see the situation of the fire that affected your area so brutally and I am afraid it is all due to human behaviour. I am wondering how come we can't learn on our one, why we need to be hit hard in order to consider a situation? The saddest thing is that some people refuse to learn even when they face situations like this and refuse to change their behaviour.
    I was talking about AC with my husband lately, he is very thankful to the person that invented it because has a very low tollerance to heat and even if he agrees with me when I say that probably the the global temperature has risen also due to these appliances that emit heat outside like ovens, he has only decided to reduce his use to a minimum when he is at home. I don't blame him, he works in an environment where he doesn't have air conditioning, unlike me, and he also does physical work, but I think that if we each agreed to leave a little of us for the good of the planet, the damage would be minor in time.
    Second of all I am sorry for your friend, situations like this are life changing for the persons that assist and every time I hear about such a case I convince myself about how fragile life is and that we should live it to the maximum.
    P.S: your garden is really nice, I like to see that people that have possibility, griw their own food.

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    1. You Just Feel Free To Speak Your Truth - All The Garden Photos Are From The Homes That I Take Care Of - Going On My Second Season Of Not Backyard Growing - You Take Care Now And Lead With Your Heart

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  37. Phew, you'll be lucky of your eyes read down to my words, hope those fires do not travel to be near you, stay safe in this crazy world, we have had a whole new cluster of Covid 19 cases, very soon it will be mandatory to wear them on all public transport, so my fabric stash and machine will work overtime, and get some posted off to family here. Are there any cases near you? I am well, the Stent surgery was a true miracle, and yes, Black Dog , we love so much what we now miss. Cheers and all greetings to you in Co. Jean, down in NZ.

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    1. No Personal Conflicts With The Fires, Just A Lot Of Smokey Days - Saw Your Cases Came Back But Your Leader Rocks Unlike Our Donald - So Pleased You Have Recovered Well And I Hope Your Full Range Of Motion Is Returning - Please Keep Me Updated - BLK Dog, Such A Cute Happy Lab

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  38. Thanks Padre it's good to be back refreshed and fitter than before 😉 I've been watching the fires on the news, so shocking. Very sad about your friend passing, somehow always more shocking when it is someone so young and full of potential. Poor old BLK Dog, he had a good life though. Loooove the replacement door, the paw is a touch of magic 💜 I absolutely cannot believe the way some people are behaving during these stressful times, unbelievable! Btw, my shoulder is definitely improving, time and exercise is the approach I'm taking, best way right! You take good care of yourself 💜

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    1. Looking Forward To Seeing And Reading About Your Travels And Welcome To Spring Time - Thanx For Noticing The Paw Print - Humans Can Be So Damn Disturbing For Sure - Pleased Your Wing Still Allows Flight - Big Hugs Perth

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  39. I am so sorry about your friend. And about the horrific fires - we too are under the pall of heavy smoke. I feel so badly for those in the path of those fires. As for the bike, I am riding (it keeps my spine feeling okay so I always do) but I am doing nothing hard. It is probably smartest for you not to "train" per se.

    As for our Black Dog, we are still reeling. I am having a tough time coming to terms with the way it went down. Flashbacks and then new waves of grief. Life can be so hard. Thanks for your support.

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    1. So Pleased You Are Turning Over Those Cranks - Good On Ya - Wish We Lived Near By As Working On Your Back Is In My Wheel House - Been Thinking A Lot About You And The Runner Man - Sending Vibes In Those Westerly Winds - Lots Of Love My Dear

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  40. Sad post indeed. Tragic when someone so young passes. We all should be thankful for each day. We are getting a bit of your smoke down here in our valley. I know California has more fires but wish we could at least share the super tanker.
    I haven’t even checked if the bike race is happening here? ...but I have you on our calendar. Let me know if you are arriving. Janeyswanson@gmail.com

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    1. Very Much So Enjoyed Your Travel Updates - Such Wonderful Photos Along The Way - Hope The Re-entry Went Well After All Those Road Miles - Thanx So Much For Thinking Of Me But 100% Not Racing This Weekend - Will Follow Up With An e-mail Today

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  41. I'm sorry to hear about Jamin. He was just 4 years older than I am. That is scary to me. I am high risk for colon cancer, thanks to my colitis. Been getting 2 or 3 scopes a year since I was 28 and thankfully that dreaded C word hasn't popped up yet. 44 is way too young to go :(

    Don't get me started on humans trashing the earth. Stupid cigarette butts, masks, fountain cups... Sometimes I think we just don't deserve this planet with how horribly it gets treated.

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  42. Sad post indeed. We all should be thankful for each day.

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