I have lived an adventurous life. You could reasonably say I have had more than my share of adrenalin pumping experiences.
Now I am no longer involved, on a daily basis, in those activities that give you what some call, a “rush”.
Now I live out in the woods and away from people.
My only companions are my dogs. I have learned that dogs are much more preferable company than most people.
I’m just trying to adjust to a quiet life.
I enjoy taking my dogs out for a daily run around what I like to call LZ Jerry; actually it’s only a couple of acres with a fish pond and a creek running through it.
But it’s mine.
I fish in my pond (Lake Jerry), do some target shooting out back, and about once a week I go into town for supplies.
I always try to keep an ample supply of the three B’s. That would be bacon, beer, and bullets.
That is not the hard part.
The hard part is dealing with people on the internet for parts, equipment, and generally anything that requires purchase and payment.
If there was a list of things that I have a low tolerance for; it would likely be “incompetence” at the top of that list.
It seems in this world of technology, you can’t get away from it even living in the woods. In the jobs I have had, it would not only have not been tolerated, but people could die or be seriously injured from it.
The only danger of that now would be if I were somehow able to reach through the internet or phone and choke the shit out of the person on the other end.
So this is my adjustment problem. I’m working on it but, in truth, there is a good possibility I may never achieve my goal.
Everyone have a great weekend!
Oh, except for you commie bastards and terrorist; I hope y’all fuckin die.