There are several different types of hunger. There is the hunger of the body, the hunger of the soul, the hunger of emotions, and the hunger of intellect. When children grow up hungry they do not develop correctly. My mission is to bring awareness of these type of hungers and the problems they cause when children are neglected and are hungry. Children that are hungry as a child become deficient adults and have a hard time becoming successful members of society.
While I’m finished this Trek, the Mission of Childhood Hunger Awareness isn’t over. I’m going to ask each and every one of you to step forward and say Hunger in America is unacceptable and to help at least one child or elderly person not just once but over and over again. Please go to you local town council meeting or city hall meeting and stand up and say this is unacceptable in out town we as a community need to fix this.
I’ll be hitting the Salmon Creek Beach tomorrow at 11 am. Then will me trailering back to Shingle Springs California. Here are some beautiful pictures of today.
I’m not ready for this ride to be over. I still have a strong urge to continue on with the journey. However I have just as strong need to make sure my Renegade is safe at home and Star-Buck is happy eating grass. So being one day from the coast is bitter sweet.
I’m two days from the West Coast. I’ll be Bodega Bay at the Chanslor Ranch by Friday and will hitting the beach Saturday. Probably Bogeda Dunes however won’t know for sure until I get there and talk to people.
Star-Buck was rescued by Dancing Cloud Farm horse rescue https://www.dcfhr.com/
It is due to their around the clock care that he survived. Star-Buck has turned into an absolute pleasure to ride and partner with.
The Tucker Trailhead saddle didn’t cause the sore the girth did which with help from UC Davis VMTH we got fixed.
I’ve started my journey to the coast with Star-Buck. Schatzie and Renegade are with a wonderful host and will be well taken care of. Star-Buck and I did 22 miles today. Found some beautiful trails and the views were awesome.
Great news Renegade will be well in time. The vet said he broke a tiny bit of bone off his hip and that he will be ok to travel once his body produces a fibrous cover for the little piece which she said will happen by the middle of October. And that in time he will be completely well. While he was drugged I had his teeth done.
I’m borrowing a saddle and gear and riding to the coast with my Trusty steed Star-Buck. Once I’m there I’m calling the Trek done. However I’m not stopping my fundraiser once I’m home I’m going to ride as much as I can and put a dollar in for every mile I ride till I reach my Goal of 7000 dollars. It will probably take me a while to get there but it’s worth doing.