First, Arlo and me found a small piece of dirt just after he joined me. Just a five acre spot down in Cochise county in Arizona.
That's Tombstone/Wyatt Earp/Geronimo and Cochise country.
Then... a biggie is my new "house"... I made a lightning fast week long run from Colorado to Alabama and back to pick it up.
The old Jayco 5er I've been living in for the past several years is going to my Kid... to be used for living quarters while they build a new house in Missouri...
|*2016 Lakota Charger 3 horse*|
The biggest part of "The Change" though is the change in what I'll be riding... It's the "thing" that caused all the shakeup in the first place.
This old buster is goin' back to horse.
I discovered after better than five years without that there was a growing hole inside me. After living with horses for the greatest part of my life, I came to realize they weren't something I was able to walk away from.
It came down to a hard choice; Horses or Motorcycles. It could only be one. I'll tell you right here... the choice was as tough as I've ever had to make. How do you choose between joys?
Buuuut... My current economic realities dictated that I had to make a choice. I just couldn't swing both as things are... Horses won...
That new Lakota helps that out since those back three windows are the three stalls of a three horse LQ (Living Quarters) Trailer. The front half or so is the living quarters.
So... for the coming foreseeable future, my winter camp will be in southern Arizona.
I've gotten committed to helping my daughters family move and build in the Missouri Ozarks, at least the first part of this summer. But then__Hopefully__by late August or early September I'll return to my little patch of dirt I'm calling Cochise Camp... to start building up a simple Cowboy Winter Camp.
Maybe with a little luck I'll sell enough books in the not to distant future to allow me to regain a fresh Bike.
Until then, when something occurs to me I'll post a story here... but... most of my time is going to be spent writing, riding horsehide and building... the stories of that will be posted on my sister site goin' RV Boondocking.
Living with Horses again, and then having a good Motorcycle for my "Run Around" transport would be a pure Joy of life for sure!
Duckin' and Runnin'
Those either-or decisions can be tough ones, but it seems you're comfortable with your choice. So good luck and I'll still look forward to the periodic blog post, even if it's about 4 legs instead of 2 wheels.
Decisions like those are tough, but it sounds like you made the right one for you.
You'll be out trail, riding on your trusty steed and there will be a big smile on your face and all will be well.
Just recently found u ,while i was looking for a bikers tent lol I love your blogging, thank u for sharing
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