That old 4-Runner had a quarter-million miles on it when my lady-friend sold it to me about a decade ago. Until then it lived on the Zuni Rez. Somewhere around there are pics of the 1998 Lost Adams Diggings Search, Amy met Gale, Dana and me on Fox Mountain driving it. One more bug on the windshield of life.
Toyota RV out by the same car dolly later in the day. At 71 a person can’t be sentimental.
Buffalo Bill ‘s
who used to ride a watersmooth-silver stallion
and break onetwothreefourfive pigeonsjustlikethat
Jesus he was a handsome man
and what i want to know is
how do you like your blueeyed boy
by E. E. Cummings
Posted in 2013, America, Senior Citizens, Trucks
Tagged country life, culture, economy, History, Human Behavior, poetry, psychology, society, sociology, Toyota 4-Runner
A person can sit right at home indoors and use these. Doesn’t have go to into the woods, nothing.
A couple of days ago when I opened the package Jeanne sent I thought at first it was the best birthday present I ever got my entire life. But as I thought on it I remembered the Victorinox Swiss Army Lensatic Compass my ex-wife gave me on my 45th birthday. [Pictured under ‘Compass’ section of the Survival Book link above]
Okay. There can only be one absolute no-questions-asked-no-prisoners-taken best birthday present a person ever got. The compass ain’t giving up its position of prominence.
She sent a box of the metal ‘Zebras’ too. They get lost worse than one sock of a pair. I like the ones you see in the background, black, which I’ve had a longish while, but they’re a bit thickset and rounded on the edges. Plus they break.
But how about them damned spoons? Out there the other side of three-score-and-ten spoons step in and declare themselves.
Posted in 2013, America, Senior Citizens
Tagged Asian, culture, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, psychology, senior citizens, society, sociology, spoons, technology, utensils