Saturday, March 28, 2015

Come on Spring

The weather here in Denver has been teasing us the last couple of days.  It has been giving us full Spring time realness. I personally have been picking up what Mother Nature has been laying down. Yesterday, after hand washing my Jeep.... well, holding the spray nozzle to one spot as I watched a shirtless dude detail his Porsche. Slowly caressing the fenders, with his massive hands. Leaning over in his gym shorts-sans underwear... Uh, yes. Washed my jeep...

After that adventure, I took the shiny 4x4 to Cheeseman Park, for some of my own shirtless time. This marked the first time for 2015 where I was able to relax in the park. My summer plans consist of as much of this activity as possible. Bring on Spring. 

3 comments:

cb said...

Mother Nature has been a real fucking tease... but we may finally get some more warm weather this week.

Fearsome Beard said...

I mean I understand that you were holding a hose while watching this guy wash his Porche with one hand but the other hand could snap a pic with the phone? Then again maybe your not sharing that...

Nick Mischel said...

You know it is finally spring when the annual ritual of Street Sweeping begins in Denver. That's when you cannot park anywhere near where you want to be because the city has posted unassuming signs on the block telling people they cannot park there from, like, 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM on a particular day (usually that day you want to park) of the week. The fines for not seeing these warnings or forgetting what day it is start at a mere $50. This is a great opportunity for people to walk-off the weight they gained over the winter months because now you have to park several blocks away. That means you are bound to see more people out and about on the street. Like deer, they will suddenly bound seemingly out of nowhere and when you least expect it to jot across the street, although not at corners or in designated crosswalks. There really needs to be warnings posted, like game crossing signs, because one does not want his jeep to receive any damage from hitting one of these springtime pedestrians. Now - what's the rule about wearing white? I know it has something to do with NOT wearing it after Labor Day, but when is the kick-off? Maybe it coincides with that whole "springing forward" charade we do with the clock every spring.