Oddly enough the country roads are littered with bikers. Seems the back roads are appealing to a lot of people. It makes me so nervous traveling around bikers like this in packs or singly. It’s even more dangerous once that sun begins to set, the hot roads give a deceiving reflection that is hard to see through. A lot of people also take advantage of how obscure the country roads can be and fly down them at dangerous speeds, not only dangerous for them but others, animal & human alike. If you like to take advantage of the back roads, windows down & music up, just be safe and aware of darting people or animals. I’ve seen cows jump fences ya know…and rumor has it they can jump over the moon!
*No I am not associated with anyone in this photo. It’s just very dangerous*
I remember when I first started driving, I hated highways. They freaked me out and I didn’t know how to work them. And now I drive them all the time. I love them. They’re fast and open and efficient. Now I’m an aggressive driver on these roads and I don’t give them a second thought. I fly down them, the road, the countryside and the other cars all a blur.
Fortune doesn’t favor those who play it safe. It favors the brave. Risk everything.
‘Like the others say, I could know your pain, but I couldn’t get used to it.’ In the end all the pain will mirror happiness and you will understand why you walked the path you had to, to get to where you are. Don’t let fear determine your future.
Nick, my brother & best friend, to say he gets me would be an understatement. I’d be lost without this kid. He’s walked my path, by my side, sometimes dragging me along the way. Tonight we hit the road & headed south. Speed, music, windows down & country air. It’s what every polluted soul needs.
Thanks for being my best friend, my inspiration.
“Thank you for listening…”
Time goes by rather quickly. It seems not that long ago that Summer started and it was going to be a long time before I went back to school. And now Summer is coming quickly to a close for me and I’ll be moving back to college soon. I’m excited though and I’m ready for new adventures and I’m ready to learn some new things. But we all should appreciate our little bit of time here.
Timing in such an important key in life. It can make or break a situation or moment. Growing up my grandmother lived next to train tracks. Everyday just before noon we would run to the tracks and place pennies on … Continue reading →