El Capitalista Errante – de Nuevo en la Silla de Montar de Nuevo!

Yo, Yo, Yo and Hello,  Ladies & Germs:

It has been awhile, I know,  but as the title declares…I am back in the Saddle again!   Or at least I am about to…

Who?

Me.  Brian Dubin, The Wandering Capitalist.

Where?

South America.  Specifically, Columbia, Peru, and Chile.  Time to finally learn Spanish!

How long?

6 weeks.  giddy up.

Alone again?

Naturally…NOT!  The Fabulous Miya, aka Little Miss Fuzzy Head, aka the Wandering Curl is on-board and in the house.

 

aka…hey now

Why?

Why not?  To experience the world for sure…but more importantly to raise money for my charity partners – BUILD Great Boston, Future Founders, and NFTE Chicago.  At 53 I got no time to waste…or at least that is what my back and knees are telling me.  You feel me?

How?

Both Miya and I will donate $9.78 for every mile we walk on the trip.  Also we are asking people like you to lend a hand.  100% of all monies raised goes to our charity partners by the way.  TWC is the real deal, my friend.  Check out our web page to donate at www.thewanderingcapitalist.org.

So what have I been doing?

Just trying to keep it all together. …just like you ,I would imagine.   Life has a way of getting in the way, if you know what I mean…

First a quote:

Don’t hurry, don’t worry. You’re only here for a short visit. So be sure to stop and smell the flowers.
Walter Hagen

And now a poem (yes, a dam poem):

THE SECRET TO FLIGHT

Don’t flap your winds so hard.  it only exhausts you.

close your eyes.  Lean into the currents, say yessss.  Let the wind raise you higher and higher.  So easy.  that’s what Eagles do.

Oh, this is the secret to life as well

KAMAL RAVIKANT/ From his recent book “REBIRTH”

Both are words to live by.  yes?

THE MORAL OF THE STORY:

Chill out, dude,  and enjoy the day.  Nothing is promised.

RIP Danny Pimenta.

Talk to you from Cartagena.

 

 

7 thoughts on “El Capitalista Errante – de Nuevo en la Silla de Montar de Nuevo!”

  1. Great post! 😂Wandering Curl😂
    As always we are supporters and look forward to hearing about the adventures and listening to la idioma nueva!!

    1. Even more odd, now I see original response.

      Wanted to add that my parents are from Astorga, the mid point for the Camino de Santiago.

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