Monday, June 6, 2011

Asante Sana for a great event!

Thank you so much to all those who supported me Saturday at the Kilimanjaro Spinning Challenge. I was able to raise more than $1,000 for Global Alliance for Africa and garner lots of great energy to bring on the journey ahead. You will all be my rock on the mountain.

Here is a video from the event, which was created by Sydney Clover:

A big thanks to the Summit YMCA, and for Spinning instructors Monica and Joe who picked the most amazing music for the very uphill ride. I'm now absolutely in love with Afro Celt Sound System. Here's one of Afro Celt Sound System's songs, featuring Peter Gabriel, that they played on the ride.

Asante sana (Swahili for Thank You) for your support!
This is my fundraising website. My goal is to raise $19,343 -- $1 per foot of Kilimanjaro -- for Global Alliance for Africa!

1 comment:

Abel said...

Please keep on posting such quality posts as this is a rare thing to find these days. The best type of training for backpacking is hiking, because it works the same parts of the body that will get the most abuse on a thru-hike. Whenever you get a chance, grab your pack and hit the trails. This gives you an opportunity to test out your gear as well. Good luck to the author! All the best! Thanks for sharing..
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