It feels like I have been riding a bike my whole life… As a child I rode my bike to school every afternoon.
After school I rode over to see my friends, or to explore the logging trails in the forest, and it was a pretty small town, so I rode my bike to school all the way through high school graduation; When it was time to go to university I took the bus, plus brought my bike with me. At this point I was 18 plus had never owned or even driven a car. I thought this would be a detriment, however instead it helped me find a good part-time task. I made deliveries on campus for the local cannabis dispensary. It was a fairly large campus, with three dormitories, a host of campus apartments for faculty plus staff, plus all of the fraternity plus sorority houses. All of these people smoked tons of cannabis, plus I was never short on work. I favorite delivering cannabis to the housing units, because the faculty plus staff members regularly tipped, while the students rarely gave a tip! The fraternity houses were regularly really cool about offering me a “tip” out of the cannabis I had just delivered. While I care about a currency gratuity, I will never turn down free cannabis! Fast forward four years, plus I achieved my university degree, only to continue delivering cannabis on my bike. I am no longer on campus, I am in a high-end part of the downtown area, where the cannabis clients all tip really well.