UPDATE, 22 October 2008

David and Chiva are taking a break from the Tour de Dog but are sure to plan another ride in the near future. A sincere thank you to all of you who helped David and Chiva in countless ways. The Tour de Dog would not be possible without your support. THANK YOU!

View a Photo Documentary of Tour de Dog by Jason Houge

Tour de Dog is past states: Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ontario, and New York.


Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Bakin' in Bakersfield

Chiva and I are making wonderful new contacts in Bakersfield with people and organizations who appreciate the Tour de Dog. We are luckily staying out of the blazing sun thanks to Jerry and Pat Lasseter.

Today, Chiva will be going to a vet for the first time this trip to get checked out. I am doing this as a precautionary measure as we ready ourselves for remote and rugged high desert.

I would like to thank the Bakersfield Breakfast Rotary Club for inviting me to speak at their meeting. I look forward to keeping in touch. Here are a couple pictures from this morning's presentation:


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think spending the time with your dog and biking and hiking is wonderful. I love my dog and we have a good relationship but we prefer the back yard. No hiking stuff for us! We are way too lazy. I hope we continue to see your progress.
Mel and Millie

tiffany said...

Wow.. You are seriously MY HERO!! Im sorry it has taken me so long to get on your blog and check it out..but I am loving it!!
Keep it up! You're in my thoughts!

Anonymous said...

Keep cool, those snowy days a couple states back probably look petty good right now? Enjoying your photos and writing. Bob from Ballard

Anonymous said...

I am soooooooooo impressed w/ you & your idea!!! Im into cycling & my dog. I may buy a dog trailer now....thanks to you.

You ROCK David!!! Keep going!!!

Ginger

Slowpoak said...

Good Luck Chiva and David. Sorry I missed you in Bakersfield, we love biking around here and always have sunny (if not extremely hot) weather to take advantage of the bike path and local trails.

Cheers!

Ben Oakley
Southern Sierra Fat Tire Association