Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Pieces of a Motorcycle Rider

In motorcycling, the parts you can see are really meaningless compared to the parts that make one who they truly are.  And perhaps the same can be said in life, of every living being. 

Today I feel as disjointed as I've ever felt. The only thing I know, right now, is that motorcycling can put together the broken pieces I become at times. I'm looking forward to leaving in a couple of days to eat up some miles, follow the lines, and find what is real in the landscape and within my heart and helmet. 

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I am grateful for this life, just feeling a bit lost. . . 

God help the woman who does not love her sisters, for she will know great loneliness. 

8 comments:

  1. That furry gilet is the bee's knees. I wish I had the strength of character to wear one.

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    1. I bought that in Wall, SD last year and I love it! Chris, you can wear anything you like. You just have to disregard what others think of you. ;)

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  2. A nice montage of bits and pieces pics.

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    1. Thanks Trobairitz! If you think about it, we never see all of ourselves at one time, right? And we never see ourselves as others see us.

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  3. Tina,

    You're right, sometimes it just takes a few miles to get in your own head and figure things out. I know it does wonders for my mental health. Thanks for sharing the photos. Are they all recent? The fury vest looks really warm...and it's a 102 in San Antonio today. :-)

    Cheers,
    Curt

    Live Free. Ride Hard. Be Happy.

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    1. No Curt, in fact. most of them were last year. If you pay attention, you'll notice Katie Scarlet in some of the photos.
      That vest is awesome in the winter, but yeah, it's hot in Wyoming today too.
      Really, really dry here. We were stinking something awful when we arrived at our hotel tonight.

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    2. Nothing says "We need a room" like a couple of smelly bikers at the end of a long day on the road. :-)

      Curt

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  4. How cute are you?! Always so stylish! Moto babe!!

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About Sash


People call me "Sash" because I'm a former beauty queen in my old home town. My father used to ride in an MC which got me interested in the culture. After my last divorce I said "goodbye" to Susie Homemaker and became the rude biker chick I always felt inside. (Read more...)