David

David

I'm a SoCal native, transplanted to the Central Coast, and boy do I ever miss my Dodgers! Thirty year veteran dentist, Dad to two great young school teachers, love my wife Janice, and laugh every day at my two boxers, Ubu and Roxy. Lost my nephew Michael to AIDS in 1992, and as a ten-year cancer survivor I thought this would be a really great way to do something for someone who might not have to be quite as alone as Michael and his family were. Ride on!!

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Alan Pfeil

Thank you!
For the time it takes at the end of the day to give us your daily report, when you are tired from a long days ride.
It is great for guys like me stuck here at home trying to keep track of what is going on. It has really helped me to know what each and every one of you, My son included has gone through each day to make this trip work.
Thank You David, You have done a GREAT Job!
Alan Pfeil

laura

I wish I could have witnessed the "ribbon" of red today.

Be safe tomorrow - I've driven that road and it seems like it would be scary (although beautiful) to cycle.

Sherm

Hey David - your accounts of the trip are so much fun, but even more thought provoking, touching and inspirational. Thanks for bringing your personal touch to the AIDS cause. I think you have helped many of us to open our minds and hearts. Ride On Amigo!

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