Learning Curves Dental Adventure Tours


  • Work, Play, Rest?
  • 2012
  • Bike Tip: Winter

Work, Play, Rest?

As you receive this month’s letter, Glenda and I are in the Dominican Republic teaching at UCE Dental School and hosting 42 volunteers from Crown Council for their November Expedition. The Crown Council group includes three of our grandchildren and two of our children. This type of family involvement in our work and play adds a special dimension to all we do. The days are long and hot, the beds are often hard, the people are precious and wonderful and this is what the joys of this part of our lives are all about.

A few weeks ago I was asked by a young woman whom I have known for many years, “Don’t you ever rest?” I didn’t have an immediate answer to that at the time, but when my son Chris mailed me this quote, my answer appeared. I share it with you in hopes that it will touch you in a positive way and broaden your view of your journey here on this earth.

A master in the art of living
draws no sharp distinction
between his work and his play;
his labor and his leisure;
his mind and his body;
his education and his recreation.

He hardly knows which is which.

He simply pursues his vision of excellence
through whatever he is doing,
and leaves others to determine
whether he is working or playing.

To himself, he always appears to be doing both.

—L.P. Jacks

Take good care of today. It’s the tomorrow you longed for yesterday.

I won’t clutter your mind with anything further this month. I pray you will approach the Thanksgiving Season with sincere gratitude for the blessing of each new day that comes your way. Thank you for blessing my ride through this life.



Now is the time to plan for your 2012 ride. We would love to ride with you next season. We will need to close our registration for the Alps of Europe Ride soon so if you are thinking of that once in a lifetime opportunity, contact Angel now. We are so grateful for the support you give us on any of our rides.

Thank you

Team Learning Curves (The Hammond Family)

A New Year of Rides is Just Around the Corner
Register now for 2012!

Bike Tip:

We had our first snowfall here at our home in the mountains above Provo on October 6th. A sudden reminder that winter is coming soon and those bikes need to take a few months off. Glenda and I did our last fling on the Harley a few weeks ago to complete details for our 2012 Grand Circle Adventure during the peak of the fall colored leaves in that part of the country.

Here is my tip for those of you who have to store your bike for the winter:

  • Get some gas stabilizer to add to any gas left in your tank
  • Give your bike a real good wash
  • Treat the leather to keep it from drying out
  • Hook up your battery tender

These small tasks now will pay great dividends when it is time for you first spring ride.




Learning Curves founders
Roy & Frances Hammond

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