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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-02-2015, 10:13 AM Thread Starter
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I continue to ride with great pleasure. I rode for almost 90 minutes late evening. It had cooled considerably, sun set was beautiful orange, rust, and blue. Moon was coming up in the east.

It's the simple things that I enjoy. Playing with our 3 year puppy. Eating butter beans. Someone I don't know waving at me.

However, I still have things I'd like to do.... maybe not to this extreme but wow! Looks fun! I'd love to jump off a high cliff with one of those gliding suits on too.

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Dill , stick to your bike and puppy , you'll live longer .

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My bucket has a hole in it Dear Liza.

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Man! That picture is crazy... I was shocked when I saw those tall buildings down there. Just looking over the edge is enough. I couldn't even pull my fat but up after hanging like that.

That is stuff old folks should do. That young man ain't gonna live long!
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Man! That picture is crazy... I was shocked when I saw those tall buildings down there. Just looking over the edge is enough. I couldn't even pull my fat but up after hanging like that.

That is stuff old folks should do. That young man ain't gonna live long!
Us old folks got old because we didn't do stupid stuff like that.

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Us old folks got old because we didn't do stupid stuff like that.
Ha! You got me there... guess what? I've got a feeling the last door of life that we all will step thru will make all this junk look like child's play.

Hey! We got no choice and like you, I ain't planning to get to that door in a big hurry. I like it here!
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Us old folks got old because we didn't do stupid stuff like that.
Yeah, why take challenges and do occasional "stupid" (that usually means fun) stuff, when you can sit on the couch and watch your balls grow closer to the floor.

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Yeah, why take challenges and do occasional "stupid" (that usually means fun) stuff, when you can sit on the couch and watch your balls grow closer to the floor.
I don't know how much more wrong you could be. Challenges are one thing, doing stupid is another. Doing a challenge, using good judgement, you have an infinite amount of times to get it right. Doing something stupid and getting it wrong...well, you won't do that again and maybe anything else, like breathe. Don't know how many times idiots here have ventured onto the wrong side of a safety barrier on a high mountain trail, only to fall to their death. They won't do that again.

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only to fall to their death.
I bet it was a helluva ride!

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I bet it was a helluva ride!
For a while. A very short while.

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