I'm a retired Heavy equipment mechanic/welder, hence the name. I'm also an old school biker, turned triker so I can continue to enjoy the open road, wind in my hair & bugs in my teeth. I'm also a historical reenacter of the 1820 to 1840 period of Western American history. Also an Air Force vet & active in the NV Patriot Guard.
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I used to work coonstruction & oft times I'd be away from home extended periods. Sometimes I stayed on side through the week & was home on weekends. Water bead at home & rock hard matreses at "man camp" on the job site. took some getting used to -- especially working the afternoon shift. After a while I got used to it, but usually had a few drinks beforetrying to sleep. When away for extended periods,my best solution was a small camping trailer. It usually saved enough in motel rent to over ride the extra fuel costs getting it there & back. Celestial seasonings "Sleepy time" herbal tea helps too. I aslo found leaving the TV on with volume just so I could barely hear it helped. TV was always on at home, so that point of familiarity helped.
Oh, yeah! Cuddling on a blanket naked beside a campfire, feeling the breeze caress & kiss our bodies. As the fire died down we don't notice 'cause we were making our own heat. Or -- middle of the outfield at a baseball park, really getting into eachother. Our friends come back & give us a cheering section! 8) Would do it again & again. Beside the campfire, without the friends, is much more relaxing, though.
L. was the best I've ever been with. Her oral tallents so far exceeded anyone I've beeh with, she was th eonly one who ever got me off. Our relationship, though only about a year long has provided many happy memories over the last 45 years. Her all time best effort caused me to pass out. Not such a good idea since at the time I was driving on US 95 somewhere between Beatty & Las Vegas. I did run off the road, but luckily it only caused a little excitement instead of the possible disaster it could have. Needless to say, no more BJs while driving from her -- my decision, not hers.
coffee always - tea in a pinch - best coffee ever, campfire coffee outdoors - Ah, yes! Campfire coffee IS best!! Especially when made right. No damn perked crap, just plain ol'e "cowboy coffee"
US, born & raised North West Missouri, now Nevada where "what happens here stays here"
Evidently, you've gotten over the extreme embarassment of the moment & can see the funny side as you've so excelently proven. It's these kind of experiences later, after the fact, that are the cement in a relationship. Thanks for sharing!!
Pecan pie or better'n sex cake
1950 Ford 2 dor with flat head 8. Inherited from Dad. Called it "Rusty" 'cause the floor was rusted out. It'd been wrecked sometime in it's life time, so had a '49 front clip. Fun old car! First vehicle I bought for $25 was a '48 Cushman scooter
It's getting her flowers for no reason, hiding little love notes in her lunch, in the firdge, stuck to the bathroom mirror. Basicaly, anything that lets her know you're thinking of her. 'Course fixing her dinner & doing the dishes is GOOD, but it's the silly little stuff that often means the most.
Boxer briefs - 25%, commando 75%
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