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Old 07-28-2015, 05:24 PM   #41
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Awesome! Keep going and keep telling us about it, this is one of the best travel threads so far
I appreciate it man, wasn't sure how lots of this was going to be taken so its cool yall are enjoying my crazy .

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Patiently waiting the Peyote story.

The world is like a ride in an amusement park. And when you choose to go on it you think it's real because that's how powerful our minds are. And the ride goes up and down and round and round. It has thrills and chills and it's very brightly coloured and it's very loud and it's fun, for a while. Some people have been on the ride for a long time and they begin to question: "Is this real, or is this just a ride?" And other people have remembered, and they come back to us, they say, "Hey, don't worry, don't be afraid, ever, because this is just a ride."
Haha you and me both brotha!

I like that a lot man it sure is the truth. Thanks brotha!
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Old 07-28-2015, 05:50 PM   #42
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then they ask if we would like to work on the hemp field! Ummmm yes! I guess being on the reservation excludes you from federal law, so everything they are doing is completely legal. Its a shame we cant even grow hemp here, so many uses we can get from the hemp plant (non psychoactive btw)
I though that has changed and now Federally legal as long as THC is below 3%


amazing trip dude
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amazing trip dude
Well appears so! surprised I missed that, that's a big step in the right direction for sure.
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Glad your able to! Vicariously.. Favorite word ever.
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Thanks brotha, and I started to post on advrider but I really don't know if these are the kind of threads they are looking for.. Lots of my stuff is not so much riding but just life in general. So I dunno, I may update my thread with all this just cause. But we'll see. Appreciate the love yall
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Glad your able to! Vicariously.. Favorite word ever.

Thanks brotha, and I started to post on advrider but I really don't know if these are the kind of threads they are looking for.. Lots of my stuff is not so much riding but just life in general. So I dunno, I may update my thread with all this just cause. But we'll see. Appreciate the love yall
when are you going to be in California? I maybe going there in september.
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Glad your able to! Vicariously.. Favorite word ever.

Thanks brotha, and I started to post on advrider but I really don't know if these are the kind of threads they are looking for.. Lots of my stuff is not so much riding but just life in general. So I dunno, I may update my thread with all this just cause. But we'll see. Appreciate the love yall
I think they'd receive it well over on ADV rider as well. There's currently a thread about a guy who's supposed to be touring the US (world?) on a 50cc ruckus, but so far the first few months have all been about hiking and mountain biking.

It looks like it's a of a trip, please do keep sharing!
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when are you going to be in California? I maybe going there in september.
Hoping to be there in September for some work! But we shall see, Ive been applying to winter jobs in Colorado to work the mountain and get to shred in the off time. So who knows what im going to be doing. But if I get the summer cali job ill probably fly out there for the month

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I think they'd receive it well over on ADV rider as well. There's currently a thread about a guy who's supposed to be touring the US (world?) on a 50cc ruckus, but so far the first few months have all been about hiking and mountain biking.

It looks like it's a of a trip, please do keep sharing!
Ya that's true, crazy what that guy is doing lol. But I just updated everything on there. So thanks!
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I'm jelly! This is one of a start to your very long adventure! The wife just turned me on to eating "food". We tried dieting, exercising, and portion control, but we kept gaining the weight and craving the junk food. So we stopped the dieting and started eating healthier, matter-of-fact, we started eating food. No processed, genetically modified, forced-fed, etc... She wants to go vegan, but I love the taste of meat, so we are meeting in the middle and balancing it out in moderation... so with that being said, I am super stoked for you and enjoy reading about your aspirations to help/learn/evolve in farming! Keep up the postings and keeping living the dream!
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I'm jelly! This is one of a start to your very long adventure! The wife just turned me on to eating "food". We tried dieting, exercising, and portion control, but we kept gaining the weight and craving the junk food. So we stopped the dieting and started eating healthier, matter-of-fact, we started eating food. No processed, genetically modified, forced-fed, etc... She wants to go vegan, but I love the taste of meat, so we are meeting in the middle and balancing it out in moderation... so with that being said, I am super stoked for you and enjoy reading about your aspirations to help/learn/evolve in farming! Keep up the postings and keeping living the dream!
That's great to hear man, it really is a world of difference when you start eating real food! Even at my young age I feel the difference food does to my body. Its a tough process but it gets a lot easier as you learn what works for you. I started realizing that "diets" aren't real. I feel eating clean and healthy is just how life should be lived. Also, when you eat clean there is no such thing as portion control, Probably my favorite part! I hear you on the meat it was really tough for me and its not for everyone. The important thing is moderation as you said. Its so normal now to eat meat at every meal. If we all take a step back and cut it out of our breakfast or whichever meal you choose it makes a lot of difference to yourself and the world we live in. Now going vegan is something else and takes a lot of dedication. I absolutely LOVE cheese and don't see it leaving my food intake soon lol. Although I do recognize the benefits of veganismn.

Appreciate you tagging along on the adventure and enjoying what I have to say. Thanks brotha!
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I'm jelly! This is one of a start to your very long adventure! The wife just turned me on to eating "food". We tried dieting, exercising, and portion control, but we kept gaining the weight and craving the junk food. So we stopped the dieting and started eating healthier, matter-of-fact, we started eating food. No processed, genetically modified, forced-fed, etc... She wants to go vegan, but I love the taste of meat, so we are meeting in the middle and balancing it out in moderation... so with that being said, I am super stoked for you and enjoy reading about your aspirations to help/learn/evolve in farming! Keep up the postings and keeping living the dream!
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Lets not corrupt this mans thread, I really respect what he's doing and would hate to see too much of our bullshit on it.
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Lets not corrupt this mans thread, I really respect what he's doing and would hate to see too much of our bullshit on it.
I too respect what he's doing as I've known him for a few years and wish him the best of luck . But your right lets keep it on topic, although he does enjoy a good laugh every now and then
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Hey all! Just popping in for some exciting news I just got. One of the older folks that helps run the farm I'm at was heading out to Canada for a wedding. He can't drive so he asked one of his friends to who pretty much can't drive either and he ended up backing out. I volunteered to help as long as I got compensated. He threw me a number that was way over what I was thinking so I said count me in! So I should be heading off to BC Canada within the next few hours. I'm pumped! Gonna be an interesting car ride with this old man.
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