Archive for August, 2017

Teachers Rock !

Thursday, August 31st, 2017


These two teachers of special needs students were so appreciative that this tour for raising awareness and offering comfort to those with special needs crossed paths with them.

Growing Closer

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017


Eduardo’s niece Breesa is severely handicapped. He said that years ago his family wasn’t particularly close but once Breesa was born, her special needs brought the entire family together in a very loving way.

Out of the Mouths of Babes

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017


Thank you to these three young girls from Jackson Hole who understood the importance of my ride immediately. One of them said “that is such an awesome thing you are doing.” #RingOurCountryWithKindness #OneMillionActsOfKindness

Bogart at 100%

Monday, August 28th, 2017


Bogart’s stitches are removed and he has recovered 100% and is good to do everything he could do before he lost his eye. I am thrilled he has made a full recovery and is up to his old antics. Thank you to the Jackson Animal Hospital for lovingly removing Bogart’s stitches at no charge.

Tanner’s Dad

Sunday, August 27th, 2017


Thank you to “Tanner’s dad,” Kevin for sharing the story of his 22-year-old son Tanner and the incredible love his family has for this young man and his “Tannerisms.” Beautiful story!

Found Space

Saturday, August 26th, 2017


Bogart is a big supporter of open space. He loves to be off-leash when allowed, so he can go out and explore, pick up a scent, chase some critters and bark at birds. He loves the work that is being accomplished at Jackson Hole Land Trust so he can be free to roam. #JHLandTrust #OneMillionActsOfKindness

Combat the Silence

Friday, August 25th, 2017


JC and her mom Kelly, a Jackson, Wyoming middle school teacher, pulled over to flag me down as I was riding along. Both mom and daughter are involved in “Combat the Silence” which gives voice to those who are troubled including those with special needs and also addressing many other local issues.