Thanks Dan. These kids I'm working with are pretty privileged at home and wouldn't even consider the odd jobs we used to do as a youngster, like trash cleanup, pulling weeds, digging holes and moving dirt. Maybe if it was fun and paid $100. Then they would have to have their buddies to help. In other words, they're not going to miss any meals being lazy or just doing fun stuff. So somewhere along the line, I'm going to try to teach some of them how to work. I'm kind of an efficiency freak and like for things to go smoothly and by the numbers. I like having enough tools to do a job and ergonomically placed for quick execution. When they get out in the world, if they know about getting a job done, they'll be way ahead of the game.
You or me in that accident would put us out for awhile like Baird...Its a crazy life now with the way people drive.Thanks MT. He's doing fine and we're picking the bike up in Costa Mesa in the next day or so and you know I'll take care of the repairs he can't handle.
Man, you're right on Jeff. I recently went over the bars dirt biking near Barstow and just got bruised up. I can't imagine hitting a car. Major breakage for sure.You or me in that accident would put us out for awhile like Baird...Its a crazy life now with the way people drive.