Sunday, October 25, 2009

Day of Events

First, the ‘350’ Observance, , and for Scooterdude, the day couldn’t have been better for demonstrating the sport and transportation-option of wind-scootering.

and, the day started with a great gathering,Neighbors for Neighbors, Inc., organized by Joe Porcelli and all the gang at Neighbors for Neighbors, as it connected officially with the City of Boston. ol Scooterdude was glad to meet Mayor Menino and Boston Police Commissioner Davis... Maybe Scooterdude’s idea of a city clean-up with the Skateboarders, “Dues-For-Use”, may actually get off the ground.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Windmills of Your Mind

Blog Action Day 09 - Wind Power!

It's obvious to anyone who knows Scooterdude what we're talkin' bout.

Just use the wind, air-head!

Just use the wind, and find ways to use the wind.

Try using the wind on your skateboards, with a super wind-catching jacket or some such superhero costume.

Try using the wind to get from place to place.

Find uses for the wind that noone else has thought of!
Think of wind. Wind-think.

Ride the Wind!

It's out there. It's free. It's inexhaustible.

Thursday, October 8, 2009


This is a great way to approach your activities, no matter what you are doing or how you’re occupied. Just add the suffix “-Practice” and you understand a more complete meaning to your acting and doing.

And, I certainly enjoyed a meaningful activity yesterday! The wind, as observed by one of my construction-worker friends at the corner of Clarendon St. and Stuart St., was gusting to at least 27 mph. I caught some of my best ‘waves’ in months and it was a real fine afternoon for the sport. To another biker passing by who was questioning how safe my activity was.
        “Aren’t you taking some big risks?” he asked me.
        I answered, “Of course. It’s like any X-sport or great challenge. It’s like Bungee-Jumping, Surfing, Mountain-climbing, bout risks! Yea, and sometimes these cars morph into sharks in the water! The risks are real, and the skill-level is high, but so is the thrill! And, after more than six years working at this, I’m developing the high-level of mastery required for it. When I catch the right wave,! You can’t believe the feeling!”

However, today again is an exceptionally fine morning for urban-surfing, the ‘surf’s up! and I can’t take the morning off to engage in the sport, but rather, like everyone else, I need to go to my job and work.
So, I’m anxious.
I’m searching for a way....
a way to find acceptance in everyday mundane activity when I’m not out on the waves.
It occurs to me that my ‘work-practice’ might be better understood, however, if I can superimpose the wind-sport onto my daily tasks.

“Yes, the wind is still blowing.
So, let it blow in me. My spirit and my life.....The sheer joy, full and complete, with nothing else expected or required, this is life.
This is Wind.
This is Spirit.
This is Life.




Let my life now become a continual Ride with the wind blowing in and around me, whether or not I’m on the scooter.

Ah, the Ride. Isn’t it great!