Learning Curves “Wow what a ride”
Life is not a journey to the grave with the intent of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out and proclaiming, “Wow, what a ride!” (Attributed to Bill McKenna)
As you read this month’s letter, Glenda and I are at the Crown Council Annual Event in Phoenix, Arizona. From here we head for one month in the Dominican Republic with our Smiles for Hope Foundation to teach and then host a group of 42 Crown Council Members for our March expedition. After one week back at our mountain home in Utah, we join the US Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort where we will be in both the Atlantic and Pacific until May 15th when we arrive back in Utah to host our first 2011 Ride, The Grand Circle Adventure with our great trusted friends, Gordon and Rella Christensen.
“Wow, what a ride” and we love it that way and love doing it all together as a husband and wife team. We look forward to this first ride of the season and another great new ride each month after that through our last ride of the season on the Big Island of Hawaii in September of 2011.
Any day is a good day to ride and anywhere is a good place to ride, but we are always blessed to have you ride with us, the team at Learning Curves, and invite you to put us on your 2011 calendar now.
The Smiles for Life Benefit Ride is in August this year. This ride is sold out, but we are taking names for a waiting list. Our May ride with Gordon and Rella still has a few spaces left. Our June, July and September rides have space, but are filling up now.
Plan now to join us this year and bring a friend or two along and introduce them to our world at Learning Curves.
Ride like it’s STOLEN, but keep the rubber side down.
Roy and Glenda and the Hammond Family