From:John Dutra e-mail:jmdutra-A-live.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: Did you RIDE YOUR HUMMER TODAY Date:Fri Jul 17 10:22:36 2015
Response to:20648
SO YOU FORGOT YOUR CAMERA EH.

P.S. If track's fascinate you never come to Fremont,Ca.
We'll lose you forever. It's a rail hub for the entire
central valley's agriculture.
I hear ya on the making of memories, now if I just had a
memory to hold them in. Again, back to photo's, for me
anyway. Ride on Dave !

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John,

Sometimes a man and a motorcycle get lost in their
surroundings, whether it's in a city street, or a country
road, or on railroad tracks And then they find themselves
- from within.

There's no photo or video that can capture those kind of
moments...


There's only one person who knows which day my last day
will be, and He ain't tellin'. So I try to enjoy each day
as if it were my last - heck, it just might be!

Railroad tracks have long held a fascination for me. It's
a totally public place where, for the most part, you can
be totally alone with your thoughts.

When I was a kid, a railroad spur ran through my
neighborhood. We walked the tracks as shortcut to
everywhere. After the train stopped running, it was still
a shortcut to everywhere. We'd skip classes in high
school, meet up and smoke dope down on the tracks. We'd
meet girls and do stuff down on the tracks. Or we'd just
go alone and commune with nature and our own thoughts - in
our own little private/public place.


Go take a one-day vacation on your Hummer, and stop where
ever the urge grabs you. It might only be a moment, but
make a memory out of the moment.

When they've parked you in a nursing home, you'll be glad
you have some memories to look back on...

Dave

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Ya now Dave, there are many people that believe that
without pictures it's merely a story.Photo's make the
adventure come alive.