Aug 19

Here is a few pics of my bike and me. I mess around on the quarter pipe at the skateboard park, go up stairs (I can do the 13 stairs at the Mother of Sorrows RC chapel np), do a few things in the boy’s dirt bowl at the end of our street, and hit the trails once in a while (mostly trying to run now). I don’t ramp because I am to old to break a bone and The R says it’s worldly.

My ride is a 2005 Kona Scrap and I just put two new “anti-snake-bite” tires MOTO RT 26’s x 2.4 and oversize and extra thick tubes on because I have had 3 snake bites in the last month and had one blown tire (I pumped it up to 90lb to see if that would stop the snake-bites).

I will try to put more pics up later.

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2 Responses to “Kona Scrap”

  1. 1. Bill Johnson Jr Says:

    “I don’t ramp because I am to old to break a bone and The R says its worldly.”

    Does it matter - aren’t you out of the R, anyway?

  2. 2. Bob Mutch Says:

    Hi Bill; I am being very careful not to throw out the baby with the bath water. I have learned many good things from the Faith & Victory movement and the Restoration movement and for me the non-conformist standard that I was taught and kept is a conviction for me.

    I can say from the bottom of my heart I love the R’s outward standard and non-conformity to the fads and fashions of the world. It is very well thought out, is build on Biblical principles and to me is not bondage at all. I think the only things I am doing different is playing the odd game of chess online, not wearing the mandated brothers black and white meeting clothes, and the new mandated vest all the time (which I never did). Other than that I can’t think of anything else I have changed.

    I am still the same person I was one month ago when I sat in their services and I am no more disappointed with their conduct that I was a month ago (read my 16 Objections and you will understand what I mean). While it hurts to lose 20 years of Christian friends the Lord has only used this to deepen me down and to get closer to him.

    Since I have been put out I have a greater desire for heaven, I have a closer walk with the one that will never leave me or forsake me, and I have much greater compassion for all the precious souls that have been hurt in church discipline matters.

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