Guestbook

Your comments are very much appreciated, especially by Jeff and those who are riding with him.  Each day of the ride poses new challenges.  But, every day requires each rider to reach deep down for hidden strength needed to climb the next summit.  Words of encouragement can be an oasis when riding the Loneliest Road in America.

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62 Responses to Guestbook

  1. Nikki Olsen says:

    Wow, it sounds like you had another incredible ride so far-I’m sorry to have missed it but I’m looking forward to seeing you tomorrow! You are all amazing!! Love you all!

  2. Peter Muller says:

    Jeff et al,

    In the last day of our partnering in pain. Team everest today swims the final leg of this week long
    H H2O. While nearly hammered, we press on for the greatest cause, and my spirit is on your wheel.
    Hope all of you are well and staying safe, and I ‘ll see you at the Finish on Sat.

    Hasta la victoria,
    Peter

  3. Gary Litster says:

    Todd I am proud to call you my friend. Thank you for what you are doing. This is very dear to my heart as you know Mweridee is a cancer survivor. Go strong May god bless you and all of the other riders. Gary and Meridee Litster.

  4. Jeri Lynn says:

    WOW!!! Kick butt! You have my support for your strength and humility in doing this ride. You are an inspiration for those daily fighting cancer. Thank you for your courage and example.

  5. Debra says:

    Yea, for Darcie. Please ride careful, especially down those hills. Love, Mom, Dad, Kenzie, Megan, Paige, Katelyn, Ali, Quincie and Pepper.

  6. Tiffany Berg says:

    Wanting to know info on your ride 2010 – following your status and want to be there when you finish! Thank you for being such an inspiration to Paul – what an incredible connection between the two of you!

  7. Aunt Janice says:

    As Mike didn’t want to say, I am an IDIOT> I wanted to let all of you know that you were in my prayers, but I didn’t see the guest book or how to send a message. Now that it is too late, thanks to all of you. I was so proud of all the riders as I was at The Huntsman Center to see you all ride in. I was especially proud of Mike, Taylor and Jordon. You all are amazing and the power of your spirits at the Huntsman Center was a testimony in and of itself. Thank you for caring so much about others and I was so pleased to meet a few of you at Kathy’s. As I told Mike, “You are Heros.” I mean that sincerely, you are indeed Heros. Thanks.

  8. Hi Jeff,
    I happened to be in Twin Falls Idaho the week when Mom recieved your letter concerning the cancer ride. Each of us will return a donation and we ask that you ride carrying Dad’s name in memoriam. Dad passed away on Janurary 19th after the pancreatic cancer that he had battled for 7 years spread to his lungs. We were able to celebrate Dad’s 80th birthday on November 22nd. We had about 60 people here and he was smiling and vibrant that day. But on December 23rd Dad took a turn for the worse, fell that night and from that point forward the cancer took him quickly at 6:30 on Jan. 19th.

    We are both including our contributing and mailing it back to you.

  9. Erick Wills says:

    After Cami and Aubri came home and reported… I am in for next year. I also want to challenge Travis and Cory to join me.

  10. Hailey LaBounty says:

    Hi Papa! I know that at times it is hard but you can always get through them. I am so proud of you ( I’m sure everyone is)! You are amazing. I know how hard you work to help others. I feel so lucky to have you in my life.
    I love you soo much!
    Love Your Grandaughter Hailey

  11. Paul Berg says:

    Great website and great job on the ride from Reno. I will be there to escort you guys in tommorrow.

  12. Jennifer Carlson and family says:

    Good luck on the last leg of your trip. I truly wish I could be there at the Huntsman. You will be in my thoughts for sure. May you all be blessed.
    Love,
    Jen

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