Category Archives: Analogous Thoughts

On Safety.

I’ve lived a pretty safe life. What I mean by that is ever since I was born my life has always had a next step. From elementary school through high school it was always expected of me to enjoy a … Continue reading

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Mountain Air Memories

Scent is the strongest memory triggering sense, but as I left Oakhurst in my rearview mirror and headed back to camp, I hung my hand out the window and the cool evening air poured in through my windows, brushing across … Continue reading

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Slow Is Good

I had taken five weeks off from riding my bike to travel some and indulge in other forms of adventure, but I was back. Slowly my legs were awakening from their slumber and my lungs were clearing out the cobwebs. … Continue reading

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Chilled

There’s a chill like none other. A type of chill that seeps into your bones and never lets go. I’ve experienced this type of chill on multiple occasions and it’s terrible. There always seems to be no “curing” it, no … Continue reading

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Tom.

I met Tom the other day in Ventura, CA. He said that he’d been living in the area for about 5 years and he really liked it there. I could tell from his ball cap that he was a war … Continue reading

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I Believe in Football

A few days ago I found myself driving north to San Francisco to go to a football game. As you pull into the Candlestick stadium parking lot, it feels as if you’re entering another country full of very patriotic citizens. … Continue reading

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Raccoons, Enlightment, Responsibility

He probably hadn’t been in there for more than an hour, but he was certainly not happy about his new living situation. As I cooked myself some dinner one night, his raucous struggle became audible to me, and being the … Continue reading

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