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  1. #181
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    I don't know how you came to posting on ZRXOA but I want you to know I love reading your updates. You have the courage to live the life we can only dream of.
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  2. #182
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave in WI View Post
    I don't know how you came to posting on ZRXOA but I want you to know I love reading your updates. You have the courage to live the life we can only dream of.
    You know, I cannot remember to tell you the truth. I have no prejudice towards any motorcycle! Actually I met this guy in Bluff [Utah] yesterday who let me ride his two wheel drive Rokon!!! It was a blast... Lawn Mower engine [Honda].

    Courage?... I call it more a choice which presented to me years ago after losing Lance [that was 10 years ago]. The road is a great therapy and there are many wonderful others out there.

    Thanks. Stay well. Ara and Spirit


  3. #183
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY



    Around Moab... Utah

    Sometimes the weather will just not quit telling us to move on as it happened while in Valley of the Gods and nearby Mokey Dugway, Gooseneck, Monument Valley. We took refuge, seemingly as it had happened in years past, in Bluff. Then came time to move on again while needing a real Internet connection, you guessed it maybe, for one more proofing of our book! It seems it is never going to end even if the finish line is getting very close.

    This area of course is one of our favorite spaces with too many choices every day of roads and amazing sights. A bit crowded at times, but we get around it.The weather is our friend for now, nice and cool and even so snow projected at higher elevations. A bit of maintenance on Old Faithful including a new rear tire and we are again ready to explore what we have seen before, yet, always being as the first time.

    While sheltered I was reading an interesting French book and for some reason decided to translate its first few pages having to do with the mystery of the beginning of times along with some photos taken in Arches National Park. That is what our new entry is all about. Much mystery and unanswered questions.

    Enjoy




    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal

  4. #184
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    AWESOME pics.
    I enjoy keeping track off your exploits sir. (and Spirit! )
    WGARA........ (Thanks G).....
    Ytrap.......
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  5. #185
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    AWESOME pics.
    I enjoy keeping track off your exploits sir. (and Spirit! )
    Thank You.



    Validation of Life on the Road, Utah

    Every month, week and day of the year is a good one for us. Has to be as it is a choice. But these weeks are for lack of a better expression “the meat and potatoes” of the year when we chase northbound the cooler weather staying ahead of the upcoming summer heat. It is quite a game we play. Maps in hand, three different forecast software and sometimes even some thinking!

    Southern Utah including Valley of the Gods, Muley Point and Recaptured Pocket have been experienced. The digits on the thermometer went up and we moved on to the Moab area. We are spoiled avoided “hot”. The town itself is the center for all outdoor activities, so pleasant especially during the week, great food markets including my favorite butcher in the country “Old Geezer”. We did not last too long in the Arches as my patience with the “fast” tourists drove me to a certain animosity, but Kane Creek Road, La Sal Loop, Potash Road, Schaffer Trail and so much more saw us throughout this perfect time of the year.

    Staying ahead we are now in Colorado. A few isolated nights around Blue Mesa Lake bringing on mid 30's again throughout the nights and now for a few days in Gunnison needing a real good Internet connection. Our book has finally been uploaded to the printer. It is in what they call “pre-media” stage. As soon as approved which I am sure it will be as the formatters helping me have been the best, a real copy will be mailed to our Editor and myself for the last of the last proofing! We are more or less at the mercy of a good mailing address and a strong connection. What a long process this has been since early October 2013, but done right.

    Lake City? Lake San Cristobal? Crested Butte? Lost Lake? So much for us to wander to while we wait. It will not be long...

    The photos keep piling up!


    Enjoy




    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal

  6. #186
    The Voice Of Reason
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    So, Reading this the first thing that comes to mind is:

    How do you afford to travel around the world with a sidehack for YEARS on end?

    Does all the financing come from t-shirt and coffee mug sales?

    gasoline,tires,oil changes,dog food, bike registration and insurance and a million other things ...

    Or are you independently wealthy?

    sorry if this has been asked before, I didn't read every post.

    but I doubt it. Usually I'm the only idiot to ask the question thats on everyones mind.... but don't have the balls to ask.

    Ride Safe.
    True Wisdom only comes from Pain.

  7. #187
    Hooligan
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    Quote Originally Posted by John T View Post
    So, Reading this the first thing that comes to mind is:

    How do you afford to travel around the world with a sidehack for YEARS on end?

    Does all the financing come from t-shirt and coffee mug sales?

    gasoline,tires,oil changes,dog food, bike registration and insurance and a million other things ...

    Or are you independently wealthy?

    sorry if this has been asked before, I didn't read every post.

    but I doubt it. Usually I'm the only idiot to ask the question thats on everyones mind.... but don't have the balls to ask.

    Ride Safe.
    Yes, it has been asked a couple times as even if I don't value money myself one NEEDS money to move on.
    One can live very inexpensively on the road mainly camping for free on BLM and Nat Forests. Living on the road is different than traveling, meaning the fuel cost is less. I have a budget for fuel and we don't put as many miles as one might think. Quality before quantity.
    I am 65 and collect Social Security. As far as tires, oil, helmets, you name it, including cameras, we are very fortunate that sponsors have come forward and are furnishing us with all of the above. I have not sold a photo, a mug or a T Shirt in over two years. That is "marketing" meaning spending 8 hours a day on FB, G+, Twitter, you name it...
    We do have a Book coming out soon, maybe in two three weeks "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash" and maybe that will pay for some more fuel. It is not the intend however. I just like to share... Do what you like with "Passion" and you will survive...
    I hope this answers your questions?
    Stay well... Ara and Spirit

  8. #188
    Puppy Love
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    your photography is impressive
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    I don't act like that and I have a small pe**s. I'm just gayin'
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    Hey, I'm two hours later here in Cheeseland if that would help. Right now I''m wearing a #69 Packer onesie with green stilettos.

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  9. #189
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by Greedy View Post
    your photography is impressive
    Thank You... It's the camera!!!

    Stay well, Ara and Spirit

  10. #190
    The Voice Of Reason
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by beemerchef View Post
    .
    I hope this answers your questions?
    Stay well... Ara and Spirit

    True Wisdom only comes from Pain.

  11. #191
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY



    The right prescription! Colorado.

    We shall be in Colorado for a while and when that time comes to exit, there will still be spaces awaiting for our next go around. The roads are endless and so are the sights. The people here are of the nicest. Relaxing by the shores of the Blue Mesa Reservoir, Gunnison, back to Lake City and Lake San Cristobal where even in bad weather we felt energized, walking around in familiar Crested Butte topped with some of the greatest fish tacos, Highway 114 to Saguache, up 285 and back on 50 through Monarch Pass, stopping map in hand discovering the so many BLM lands offering free camping, so much more.

    We do not ride every day. We pick the nice ones, the ones with the big blue Colorado skies spotted with the cottonball clouds playing hide and seek with the sun. The temperatures are cool, mosquitoes are absent, this has been the definition of perfection.

    I can't even tell, or maybe want to know, if we are still in springtime or has summer started? These months are promising as we are getting into this path I must say we have missed all winter.

    There is nothing as good as being on the road complemented by many photos and a few videos posted on our journal even if we are here and they are dated from a recent past in Utah. It's all good.


    Enjoy.


    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…


    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal
    www.beemerchef.smugmug.com The Photos

  12. #192
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY




    The Birth of our Book! CO

    I must say that the feeling holding your own book for the first time is unlike anything else. Almost. The ripened fruit of interminable hours spent writing, editing, proofing, on the phone with our editor and finally the logistics of formatting for soft cover and electronic devices. I forget, the cover design! Dealing with the printer, Amazon, the ISBN numbers, bar codes and... waiting. Waiting while the logistics being on the road do not make it easy for true communications, not just simple e-mail exchanges but the upload and download of documents. Yet, it is done... almost feeling as new chapters now need to start, the continuation of the past ones. They already have.

    I hope I do not get in trouble announcing on this page the availability of “Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash”. There are no funds for a marketing campaign!

    Our book, if wanting it autographed by the both of us, is available through the links on our Journal or simply through Amazon also as a soft cover and electronic format [Kindle]. I am sure there will be more formats besides Kindle real soon.

    In the meantime, we managed to explore a bit more of this area and its richness. There are even a couple new videos on our latest Journal entry. One going up Cottonwood Pass still all white capped with snow and another one on our way to Taylor Park Reservoir. More time also in Crested Butte. How can we not within that always welcoming little town. A few more photos of Spirit clowning around as usual and that about does it for our new entry besides writing about how truly Spirit was rescued.


    Yes, they are pretty exciting times and always so appreciative of your support. Enjoy.



    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book

  13. #193
    Father Joe
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    I'll buy it. Send out a press release announcing your first advanced sale!!!!!!!
    I'm not completely useless. I can always be used as a bad example.

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  14. #194
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by McGovZRX View Post
    I'll buy it. Send out a press release announcing your first advanced sale!!!!!!!
    Thanks. It is announced above.
    Enjoy. Ara and Spirit

  15. #195
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Awesome ! As a production supervisor in a print shop, I can only imagine how many proofs were required.
    Love the background on Spirit. Simply awesome .
    WGARA........ (Thanks G).....
    Ytrap.......
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  16. #196
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    Awesome ! As a production supervisor in a print shop, I can only imagine how many proofs were required.
    Love the background on Spirit. Simply awesome .
    Ingram [printer and distributor] has been wonderful I must say. The same with Amazon. Both, including phone support has been of the utmost quality.

    We are done!!! If you have any ideas for marketing... let us know! No funds for that...

    Thanks for writing.

    Ara and Spirit

  17. #197
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    May I ask if you benefit more from a hard or soft copy purchase, or are they the same ?

    Safe travels
    Slowing down Harley riders for 35 years

  18. #198
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by rsparso View Post
    May I ask if you benefit more from a hard or soft copy purchase, or are they the same ?

    Safe travels
    Thanks for asking. They are the same. I did not have "hard copies" printed.

    Stay well. Ara and Spirit

  19. #199
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by beemerchef View Post
    We are done!!! If you have any ideas for marketing... let us know! No funds for that...
    I seem to recall reading you started your travels from GA ? Perhaps if you were to visit the origin one of the local news stations, like Fox, would air a short interview about your travels, purpose and, of course, the book ? They always seem to love a great story involving a photogenic dog
    Slowing down Harley riders for 35 years

  20. #200
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by rsparso View Post
    I seem to recall reading you started your travels from GA ? Perhaps if you were to visit the origin one of the local news stations, like Fox, would air a short interview about your travels, purpose and, of course, the book ? They always seem to love a great story involving a photogenic dog
    Thanks for the thought. We are not going to get into a Media frenzy. We were involved in Magazines, Interviews, Rallies and more [even TV!] for a couple of years and they sucked the Life out of us... I am 66... I just want to live if you know what I mean.

    Stay well... Ara and Spirit

  21. #201
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Perhaps one day you'll pass through anyway, we'd enjoy seeing Spirit with ears in the wind.

    I'm looking forward to reading your book.
    Slowing down Harley riders for 35 years

  22. #202
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Quote Originally Posted by rsparso View Post
    Perhaps one day you'll pass through anyway, we'd enjoy seeing Spirit with ears in the wind.

    I'm looking forward to reading your book.
    Thank You... It has been well received, so far.



    Rolling this ball of Life... CO

    "It's a very gentle, flowing tale, a nice mix of autobiography and travelogue. Less introspective than I anticipated, I'm having a hard time putting it down actually. The fun you had writing it certainly jumps off the page. It's poignant but not sad."

    Yes, it is a comment on our Book. One of them. I cannot be the judge of it, I can only read what others think of it.

    We are still in Gunnison, a few more days and on we will go once again “in the middle of nowhere”. We have had the opportunity to scout the areas and considering that 80% of the land here is public, the choices are greater than ever.

    We have had Friends camp with us and their huge and beautiful 30,000lb custom built Unimog! I kind of felt like David and Goliath were on display. They fed us for two days, it was such a treat not having to cook! Always is.

    A ride up and down the Black Canyon of the Gunnison from which I made a video. A couple more visits into town and best of all the weather is cooperating while staying cool as we like it with low 30's in the mornings. Perfect.

    Enjoy the videos, the photos and if you read our Book let us know what you think. Spirit wants to know...



    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book information

  23. #203
    Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY



    Lake San Cristobal. Reconnecting with Nature. CO


    “Read your book over the weekend…absolutely touched my heart & spirit!!! It is one of those rare books that make you “feel” in all the right areas of your emotions and life…thank you for sharing your travels and life with all of us!!! I felt at every page that I was right there, seeing, hearing and smelling…"

    “Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash”


    Thank You Chris...

    I know, cheap marketing but that is all I can do, afford rightly so.

    We headed to Lake San Cristobal for a week on it's cliffs taking in the view and the lack of Internet! The camping was not free this time around but the sights are worth the $15 a night. Five nights actually.

    Lake City has been in a total black out with Internet and I must say it was funny to walk the streets a bit, or sit on one of the benches watching the world go around, while hearing the tourists out loud wondering what they were “now going to do?”. Comments were as “will have to walk around”, “will have to take in the sights” and on and on.

    The Editor of the local Newspaper even wrote on their Facebook page that the town's sidewalks were buzzing! A sign of the times... Life without Internet must be the worst punishment I think today's society could endure. I personally know a few that will have the shakes [true story] if their Internet goes down... SAD.

    The area of course was familiar to us. It is a bit of a retreat just being and finding again ourselves before heading North one more time.

    More photos and comments in our Journal. Enjoy.



    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book

    www.beemerchef.smugmug.com The Photos

  24. #204
    Hooligan
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    A Room with a View. Colorado.

    This room is actually millions of acres. Free BLM land South of Salida and hundreds of miles of unpaved roads, mostly not on any maps that I can find. Perched at 9200 feet, it is sweater and wool hat time in the evening till morning when finally the rays slowly emerge from behind the eastern horizon and warm us up. No sense getting up too early.

    I have finally learned the weather pattern here which starts with blue skies and by noon almost black at times the clouds play their odd particular shapes confronting each other with often a nice downpour to cool us of even more.

    How are we ever going to leave this space?

    On the Fourth of July we attended a wedding in Colorado Springs. Some dear Friends or ours tied the knot. We started then heading North. It did not last too long! We made a U-turn at Castle Rock and now again back here exactly where we started. Nothing unusual for us to change our direction in an instant. It is called the freedom of time.

    The photos on our Journal will prove our logic! How could we not?



    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash"

  25. #205
    Hooligan
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    Snowy Range Pass, Wyoming


    It is thought that the most beautiful spaces in this country do not have Internet. It is true. We have plunged into this other world today in Laramie, Wyoming, the one where laundry can be done, provisions purchased and then on escape back up to Snowy Range Pass which has been our home for now a while. So here we are with a connection

    Right! Our SPOT and SAT phones are our only lifelines "up there". Who needs anything more when everything else is provided? Miles of unpaved roads, more little lakes I can count, shade and cool weather while staying above 9000 feet. The birds singing, the smells pungent, another Paradise we had never explored in this beautiful country of ours. "Get to know your Backyard" I always say.

    Here, at lower elevations, the heat is already making its mark. August coming up is always the worse month for us and that will include our friends the mosquitoes. But, September is right around the corner and WA/OR should by then be cooler. We are spending a few days traveling that month with our Editor. It should be interesting as we are both looking forward to it. I wonder if she will also correct my speech!

    Very nice comments have come in regarding our book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash". Some have even already read it twice! I might even do that myself. If you have not, all the information to order it is on our Journal.






    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash"

  26. #206
    Hooligan
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    Through Bear's Tooth Pass... WY/MT

    We went up through Chief Joseph Hwy and set up camp on Bear's Tooth Pass with much anticipation and our heads up high. A few days later, the mosquitoes won and near by Ennis, Montana, is where we are. The problem was not while riding but the frustration at camp. Off fan, Skin so Soft, wrist band, camp fire, we have it all... Cannot use Deet.

    On the banks of Madison river amazingly just a few of those non sense flying pesky intrusions. Spirit is happier, his freedom without a cry found again.

    More destinations surrounds us including Gravelly Range Rd, the one I call "the road to nowhere". We are about 12 miles from town. Easy refueling and purchase of provisions.

    Some day are good as these are considering we are only at 5500 feet and last night was around 45 degrees. Just the way we like it.

    Just in case you order our Book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash" we are not too far also from the Post Office! Hint... The reviews have been very favorable.

    The skies are now clearing after much welcomed rain. It is time for some rides and more photos.



    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash"

  27. #207
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: How to live off a hack... WY

    Ara,
    Been following the thread since it's started.........helps bring things back to center on those rougher than normal days.
    Just ordered an autographed copy of your book. Looking forward to it. Give Spirit a good rub for me.
    Be well, ride safe,
    Rob
    "Lord grant me strength and health....we'll steal the rest"

  28. #208
    Hooligan
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtrider73 View Post
    Ara,
    Been following the thread since it's started.........helps bring things back to center on those rougher than normal days.
    Just ordered an autographed copy of your book. Looking forward to it. Give Spirit a good rub for me.
    Be well, ride safe,
    Rob
    Thank You Rob. Your Book is going out from Ennis tomorrow!

    Stay centered... a hard balance at times.

    Stay well. Ara and Spirit

  29. #209
    Hooligan
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    Montana! Gravelly Range Road and more…

    Montana's roads and spaces are always exciting times especially when weather cooperating, none above 80.

    Gravelly Range Road has been on top my list of favorites for a long time now and these days has been no exception. Combined with a new camping spot by Varney Bridge, about 10 miles from Ennis, and that does it for us spending over a week with a great base camp.

    The sunsets have been exceptional. The photos are in the Journal. No doubt one can understand why it is here called the "Big Skies". They are indeed huge with a feel of being enveloped by them. This summer is continuing being good to us.

    In the meantime I am also trying to let our Friends [you!] know about the release of our book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash". There are no funds for marketing, so doing the best I can and spreading the word will always be a plus. I actually received an incredible comment the other day:

    "Could this book surpass the reality of "Ghost Rider"? Could it be the modern updated" Travels with Charley " and" Blue Highways"? Yes on all counts. A must read. Even more than once."


    Of course as everything else, it is a matter of taste!

    We will be pushing Northwest next week, we have to be in Portland by the 31st while we will be traveling a while with our Editor and showing her some of this beautiful country.

    Thank You always for your support throughout this Journey of ours.


    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash"

  30. #210
    Hooligan
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    A bit of past and present Urbanism. Montana

    Today's News? Well, they are always all over the place, one in particular disturbed me greatly. You can read about it in our Journal.

    In the meantime we hovered for quite a few days within past History between Virginia City, Nevada City, Alder, Twin Bridges and as far as Dillon. Weekdays are great as the streets are deserted and the locals are eager to tell their stories. Just as it use to be in past times when Internet was not present. Those stories are the joys while being on the road throughout our very slow pace.

    The roads themselves are often lined up with antiquities from those past times. Some refurbished and some, maybe while running out of money, left as it for Mother time to take her toll. They will not be around for too much longer. There are already I noticed some which have disappeared and glad a few years back I had taken some photos of such dwelling. Today is a Hotel, a restaurant and too often nothing at all. Just a piece of dirt with no signature from what was standing sometimes not so tall.

    The good "holes in the walls" places to eat are luckily still around like the white Taco Bus in Dillon. Their flavors have not gone away. A good thing as even the faces looked familiar.

    Slowly it is on to the West Coast, the Pacific Ocean while we will soon land in the Olympic Peninsula including Neah Bay. Hopefully I will not notice too many changes. They would be a discrepancy with our Book!



    Till next time.

    Stay well.

    Ara and Spirit

    www.theoasisofmysoul.com The Journal and Book "Freedom on Both Ends of the Leash"

    8th Year, the Stars, living under them…


 

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