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Careful Buddy

I got a cup of coffee, ohhhhh bebebebebe!!!! RideOn...

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 Very cool vid, the place with the statues looks ancient....Yeah Coffee , cant wait till morning now so I can have some...Looks loamy and tropical there, much fun....You look like you would be fun to ride with., and to pick up on some of your style and skills.
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 Thank you buddy! If Im ever in your neck of the woods I sure hope we can blast some of your local trails! My pops lives in North New Mexico in a town called Farmington which is close to Colorado! Yaaaaa
Morning coffee and sometimes a trail side brew is always fun!
Its hard to tell how old anything is here, but a lot of places date around 400-600 years old. That little hut with the statues Im very sure its much new but still easily a hundred years old. Those little dude have been sitting there chilling for quite a while now! I wonder if they are please to meet me or disgruntled?
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 Coffee song soundtrack. yes good idea caves all face east. I wonder what cultures find east or sunrise important. the rock protruding from the entrance causes the smoke to up draft . fire places use the same principals . they could be caves for Monks to isolate themselves from all outer contacts with the world. Buddist monks in Tibet do this. The idea of these being portals to the world of the dead also seems very probable.
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 Yummmmm good coffee beans! I go to a local store and he is always roasting fresh! Japan is loves sunrise in general. Tons of people like hike to a peak on New Years day to see the first sunrise of the year. Oppositely no one talks about a beautiful sunset! Yes, we have been in these caves and have had a small fire in winter, the smoke drafts up and out, make me think many things. The idea of monks retreating there is a very good one, I like that idea a lot. In meditation they could spend days in these caves traveling to other dimensions. A very fun idea to ponder. Most are a good size and could sleep 2-3 people but the bigger one could fit a family of 8!
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 @nikoniko: hahaha omg I'm dumb. Land of the rising sun!
You can sleep up to eight in some of the caves?
I'm moving in!
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 This reminds me of that bike ride I went on that one time when I was laying in my basement on ‘shrooms! Haha

Awesome video, those caves look full of history. What kind of vibe are they putting out, interesting or dark?
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 hhahahahhahahhahahahahah Those are good rides for sure buddy! Close your eyes and visualize the images that appear will always have sounds you can hear! The vibe I get is nothing evil or dark. I have no trouble just sitting in these caves, nothing spooky about them and are more so cozy and welcoming. Places that have spooky vibes I usually sense it but really nothing dark about these caves, I was stoked to theses 3 new ones. I estimate there are hundreds on this hillside! I know of about 50-60!
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 so many adventures this time! I like the mysterious caves you found! do you know what these use for?
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 Hummmmmmmm...... I want to know! I found 3 new caves that were hidden in overgrowth. This mountain has more caves than you can count in a week, seriously! Im still finding more as I hike up and seek adventure. The known history, is that the locals who are now the elderly used to used them as forts and places to camp in summer. But the truth is unknown. How they are? Who built them and why. What I find the most interesting is all the entrances are facing the same direction, sunrise! I find that astonishing! These 3 were quite small ones but you can stand up inside and its always dry inside. No matter the rain its always dry then I have lit fires in some and the ones I have all somehow vent smoke up and out with the intake being the door! Hummmmmmm..... My mind loves to ponder. All my friends say the are old tombs. But would you camp in tomb?
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 @nikoniko: wow great! you remind me something that was my first impression too. we have some similar cultures so I estimate they are all about death .cos I'v seen some stoves in crematory just like the caves you met! small gates big space inside and good firing performance.not for burning bodies just burn papers and paperworks for sending message to the beloved persons just past away. it's a tradition here.the caves you met maybe the same functions of connecting 2 worlds I think
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 Thats very cool, linking 2 worlds together. So this dimension that we know is opened for the spirts to enter an another dimension or their new world. I love it!
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 @nikoniko: hahaha yes buddy.I think you can find more hints to finally know what they really are.all face to sunrire is important one!tup lol
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 Really tell me more!
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 @nikoniko: lol I hope.Let's find out together nexttime!
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 Ok lets find out together! Yaaaaaa!!
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 Awesome video buddy! I love all the shrines and temples throughout Japan, very cool spiritual connection to nature.
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 I’d stay away from those little caves bro. The boogy man could be in there. Nice vid and beautiful singing
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 hhahhahah He is one! We were hiking up one day a couple of years ago and Jax found one cave that had many bats just hanging around!
Should I made a album of songs about coffee? ahhahahahha
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 first thing on my mind was: techno heads i want to be a hippy Smile
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 Happy and Hippy with the funky sounds and vibes!!
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 It is fun to see lots of colors in autumn. Shingen is also enjoying.
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 Yes, the colors are popping like crazy now, we have had a very delayed onset of winter this year. Yikes! hahahahah RideOn buddy!
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 Carefully enter and roll hahahaha
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 Yes lets be careful but have lots of fun! You are riding very good man, its great to see you progressing! That one steep section was nothing once you tried, good work!

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