About me I am a world traveler and have lived in Colorado on and off for five years. I came here from South Dakota. I travel around the Western states a lot, along with my beloved cat Tiger, who …
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I am a world traveler and have lived in Colorado on and off for five years. I came here from South Dakota. I travel around the Western states a lot, along with my beloved cat Tiger, who joined me in my journeys several hundred miles ago. Most Lone Tree residents see me and Tiger on the corner of Yosemite and 470, where I've been flying my sign for the past year and a half. I fell upon hard times a few years back, after some family health issues, deaths and general treachery. I have been sign flying on and off between regular jobs of working on cars and customer service.
Why I love Colorado
I love Colorado because the people are pretty friendly here. It seems like they used to be friendlier before everybody got so busy and there has been so much growth that I think nobody really pays attention to each other anymore. But people here are nice, especially during the holiday. Some even stop to bring me cat foot and supplies for the road.
In my opinion the world would be a better place ...
I think the world would be a better place if everyone embraced God and denounced the devil. We need more religion and love in our lives, and right now everyone is battling because of a lot of different reasons. We just need more love and understanding, and bring God back into our lives.
My inspiration is Tupac Shakur. His music moves me and keeps me going sometimes. I also love Tiger, who makes it easier to travel. I found him one night when I was hitchhiking. I heard him meowing, so I put my hands out and he jumped right into them. We've been traveling ever since.
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