Daily Ride

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June 23rd

Day 66 – Easton, WA to Seattle, WA – 75 miles Wow we made it. […]

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June 22nd

Day 65 – George, WA to Easton, WA – 84 Miles Today was the day […]

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June 21st

Day 64 – Harrington, WA to George, WA – 94 Miles Sorry for the delay. […]

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June 20th

Day 63 – Coeur d’Alene, ID to Harrington, WA – 82 Miles Before I talk […]

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June 19th

Day  – Haugan, MT to Coeur d’Alene, ID – 80 Miles Another long day that […]

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June 18th

Day 61 – Missoula, MT to Haugan, MT – 89 Miles We got off to […]

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June 17th

DAY 60

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June 16th

DAY 59

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June 15th

DAY 58

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June 14th

DAY 57

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June 13th

DAY 56

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June 12th

DAY 55

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HELP US RAISE FUNDS FOR THE MONICA BURGUERA FOUNDATION. EVERY DOLLAR MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Monica Burguera Foundation

http://monicaburguerafoundation.org


Growing up in beautiful Miami, we are surrounded by water..And with lots of water, comes lots of boats. Unfortunately many people driving these vessels have never had a proper boating safety class. MBF, in conjunction with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, offers FREE boating safety classes as a public service for the local community. Since September 2010, more than 2,000 students have successfully completed the program and been awarded the USCG Auxiliary Certificate of Accomplishment and a Florida Boating Safety Identification card, which is required to operate a boat for people born on or after January 1, 1988. The MBF is committed to saving lives and making our waters safer for all by promoting watercraft safety and boater education. Through a combination of community education, outreach and events, MBF works to create boating safety awareness as well as to prevent boating accidents. All the funds raised from When The Sun Rises will go directly to the Monica Burguera Foundation. $8000 would provide classes for over 300 people. Help make our waterways safe.

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