"The happiest people are not the ones with the most, but the ones that make the best with what they've got."
I read this quote somewhere, and thought about all the things
I am not bringing on my next adventure.
a cell phone, laptop, or itinerary
Those new cold weather cycling boots I was eyeing with clipless peddles. Nope, didn't buy those. Sorry Mercedes; this trip is more Mitsubishi.
Still don't have decent bike lights, or a decent headlamp; been looking at that purchase for about ten and a half years.
(Umm, did he say he doesn't have decent bike lights? )
Yeah, this trip I'll still be enjoying some darkness.
And maybe someday my bike will come with lights.
Be like selling a car without lights. That would be odd.
Some day my bike will be run with a computer, power-inverter, lights, and a bad ass sound system. But first I'm going to pull off this expedition, and get all human-powered and shit.
Then I'll get back to imagining about things and stuff, and what I really need in my life.
Like a $20,000 bicycle, with a bad ass sound system.
I know that might sound funny, but I want to be the first to own a real autocycle.
Sign me up 2015, here I am. (Did I just coin that shit?)
|The beginning of the dream. Imagining the $20,000 autocycle.|