Summer/Fall 2019 Update
First on a Personal Level
On June 4th, I was in Blue River, Oregon helping frame a cabin that will be used as a place for pastors and their wives to go and be refreshed and refocus. While lifting one of the heavy exterior walls I completely tore my left bicep and it wadded up into my armpit. That started the slowing process but not until we got most of the building framed and the sub-siding on.
A Little Accident
The next thing to slow us down was a little accident that happened on day two of our Cascade Ride. While traveling through Mohawk, OR on the way to Sweet Home, a beverage truck pulled across my lane from the center divider. I could not stop in time and collided into the side of the trailer. It all happened so fast but I survived the crash and with a little bit of cosmetic damage to the bike, bruised ribs, a bruised sternum, and severely sprained wrist. Thanks to the help of Jeff works and Wheat Mahoney, I was able to ride over to an Urgent Care facility and then on to Blue River, Oregon to recuperate just long enough to take care of all of the Insurance rhetoric and direct the guys as they finished the tour. We gathered back up on day 6 of the tour for some great over night lodging and headed out Saturday for the last 2 days of the trip. We split up so I could head home with the bike in tow and the fella's headed to Crescent Lake.
Let make this a Big Adventure bike Gathering
Many have expressed an interest in our 5 day trip to the Steens. For more information go to The About Page for the Hart Mountain Hot Spring,Alvord desert, Steens Mountain Loop Ride on our Website, or click the link in the righr hand column.
The redeemed adventure project
We want to say thank you to those of you who support The Redeemed Adventure Project. If you would like to help us share a story of simple faith with people who are stuck in ruts. then click on the link above in the right hand column.