2018-05-04 · 11:09
During the winter Cole lets out shop space for boat and RV storage. To help him out, his Harley Davidson Motorcycles winter with me in the cottage. As much as I enjoy revising old, happy memories riding around the countryside, come spring I’m very ready to see the bikes on the road again – or anywhere else.
Someone commented on how the relocation project didn’t seem like such a big deal. I now have highlights of this year’s event. And this post doesn’t include fertilizing the pastures that same afternoon – another all-hands-on-deck event. That’s a whole other story.
And for the record, The Deuce is available to a good home (for sale).
“Nickel” and “The Deuce”
The pad in front of my cottage – Before
Relocating the Challenger to work on later
Moving the ’57 Cab to the lift. Maybe this is her year.
… And lifting
Fresh air, finally!
ChuiyTwo tests the saddlebags
Cole and YellowLab take a breather before turning the keys
Final check before this year’s first run
Now GoodGirl and I can take a breather
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.”
Galatians 6:9, 10 (NIV)
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2016-06-06 · 12:49
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”*
Okay, so our neighborhood isn’t exactly in the woods, but it’s rural enough for me with everything we need within walking distance. I came here to connect with my life, the life I seemed to have lost making a living.
We now know where everything I can think of is located on the property (having given up on all the stuff I either lost, left behind or passed on to the kids). Erin and I are pleased with our progress:
The flower bed is set and doing well,
the garden is ready for plants (since it’s too late to start from seeds), and
we have a good, solid grasp of our budget.
“…I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life…”*
Now, all eyes on our target, residual income, we begin phase two of our reorganization project; juggling the stuff in the rooms around.
Rather than plunge head-on into the heavy lifting (literally), we took the weekend off to learn what the countryside has to teach.
Most notably we learned today is one of several free fishing weekends in Colorado; no license or tags required. So after Sunday dinner at Keira’s we’ll be dropping lines in the Lake – definitely in the woods. Sure, we could go home a little early and get a head start on the week. But free fishing during perfect weather only happens a few times a year.
Watching our bobbers on the water, I’ll thank God for my life. I’ll breathe, and work hard to think about nothing else.
“On the seventh day God had finished his work of creation, so he rested from all his work.” Genesis 2:2 (NLT)
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