Man draws out racetrack on driveway for 4-year-old neighbor to enjoy on bike
Hartman has the story of a man who took his private driveway. Public. You think? Not long ago, Dave Palate solo of Salt Lake City, Utah, got one of those smart security cameras, and almost immediately it captured a trespasser on his driveway. You get the alert and you kind of have an immediate sense of anxiety or someone's going to do harm to me. That imminent threat. A four year old on a joy ride every night like clockwork, being person at driveway, and you're like, Who is it? I was just that kid again. You're interrupting my Netflix. How old are you? I'm almost 50. You're a little young to be doing the whole get off my lawn things. I know. All right? But Dave said something had to be done so under the cover of darkness, he went out on his driveway and wrote a message to the boy. That basically said kid you win. The next day. You can almost see the look on his face when he gets it, and then he just charges into it. This was in June, and from that day to now, Dave's driveway racetrack has remained. Whenever weather washes it away. He simply draws another. He even built this contraption to keep the lines straight. And now research is famous race courses for track authenticity. Guy really is serious about his sidewalk. Chalk. Make sure you get the intersection, right? You know, there's a chance you're more into this now than he is. It's entirely possible. Actually, Let's call it a draw. This's Quinn discovering Dave's latest creation, You should know. Before the security camera went off that first time Dave had never met Quinn or his family. Yet all summer he has been helping to raise the boy in this small way. It's been amazing. Quinn's dad, Josh, Is that we can be a part of something like that that we can see the good side of humanity. Feels good. You're totally There are a lot of great dads out there. But the true measure of a man is not how he raises his own kids. It's how he raises The village. You're totally right.