Tuesday, August 24, 2010


I'm looking forward to riding some nice quiet dirt roads and country lanes tonight. It's quiet, refreshing, and certainly a good workout.

Even a Killer Chihuahua or a mutt like this cute little fella here really can't put a damper on a nice evenings ride in the country. In fact riding my bike, in the country, almost makes me feel like singing. I've found, too, that I'm not the only one that feels that way. In fact there is a lot of evidence to prove that other people like singing about dirt roads.

In some cases country singers even sing about dirt roads. These dirt roads would appear to be red and in the country as well.

On the other hand some musicians seem to get the blues when considering riding down dirt roads. But I'm assuming that while the character riding the mule has the blues, the musician pictured in the little oval on the album cover seems quite pleased to be singing about dirt roads.

Today we even have modern-era musicians that consider dirt roads as inspiration for their craft. I wonder where in Los Angeles they found this dirt road? But I'm just guessing here. If anybody owns this album please let me know what it is all about, please. I'm just assuming that it's hip, but I could be wrong. Very wrong.
There's also nude road and dirt road running albums. If we run into this group tonight I hope the people will be fit and attractive.

Planning on rolling at 6, myself. But if there is another group of nude, country, blues, or country road riders out there ready to hit the dirt roads, I can't tell you.

1 comment:

  1. I'm a no show on the dirt roads tonight. Looks like a nice evening. Throw Kujo a bone out there.