My little red tether is my anchor in running with my friends. A beautiful guide dog has been my tether/anchor in mobility and independence for 17 years: 1. Pantera 2. Cricket, and now my beautiful 3. Georgina (Georgie). A life of family and friends is my joy and anchor in life.

The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it. CC Scott

Saturday, June 26, 2010

We Did It

We completed our 100-mile bike ride today. Indeed a beautiful day. Below, I am waiting for the ride to start.

Picture below is what the view would be like from my seat behind my captain. I enjoy 'snippets' of the view, and also experience the sounds and smells of the ride and great conversation with Steve and other riders (3000 for this ride, I think?)

Look who came to visit us on the last rest stop, Cricker Girl. (Thanks, Mom and Dad!)

Silly me. We talked about which jersey to wear and we decided upon our Guide Dog Jerseys. One of my favorites. Somehow I got up there with this brown jersey.
Steve and I enjoyed a beautiful day together riding our tandem bike for such an important cause in a valley that we love.


gb said...

Way to go Becki! Hope you both had a fabulous ride, beautiful day.

Grace and Chloe

Mimi and CC Cabana said...

Congratulations!! I'm sure you must have such a feeling of accomplishment...and fatigue! What a fun thing to do with your husband.

s day said...

YAY becky! I can't believe you did it!!!! That is so incredible. You are awesome... so proud to know you :)
Glad Steve (your captain) didn't lead you astray :)

Torie said...

Cool. Congratulations!!! I bet you'll be suffering in the morning though!! Well done again. Xxx

Katie McNeil said...

100 miles?! Awesome! What an accomplishment.

Grandma & Grandpa said...

Looks like quite a bike ride, and you can tell how much you love it. You're quite a team!

Alphini's Puppy Raiser said...

What an achievement! We're all proud of you -- and look, Cricket is too. :)

3 labs 4 me said...

Wow..........100 miles on a bike. You guys are extreme. Way to go. I can't think of a better rest stop than Crickers greeting you with kisses.