Friday, September 14, 2007

Riding, Farmers Market, Benefit Ride for Price

Yesterday ole' Johnny C and I left work early to go tear up the Center Trail with some Urbanna goodness thrown into the mix too. Center is good right now...some trees down in Denmans but I'll have them out this afternoon. I'll also be working on Squirrels Nest this weekend so if you want to help get a hold of me:) We stopped in at Mars Cafe' for some joe then headed next door to Dans shop, talk of new ink came with every sip of joe:) Johnny is wanting his boy's names so they talked about phonts and placement.....made we want some more work:) Soon me friends soon:) Boogied home so we could go to the Valley Junction Market with Pam and little Cameron.....I wanted a blackberry pie....I came home with one.....tonights treat:)

enjoying thee evening with friends:)

I'm a Daddy's girl:)

this area is going to be taking up some of me fall landscaping project for the backyard....need some fill you have any???:) Monkeys must have fire pits in backyards ya know:)

Also on the news page is this great ride for our good friends:

Something Rad for Price, Dorothy and Chad

A community off-road ride and fundraiser for the Price Vandelune Memorial

Dear fellow bike riders:

We were all saddened by the untimely passing of Price Vandelune on
Wednesday, September 5, 2007 and would like to take the opportunity to
invite you to join in an off-road celebration Saturday, September 22 at noon
on the beautiful Science Center off-road trail system.

We will meet at Ashworth Pool, 45th & Grand, Des Moines, and embark upon a
leisurely, fun and joyous celebration of life, friendship and trails.

We invite the participation of the bike riding community and request at
least a $20 donation to the Price Vandelune Memorial Fund. Oakley has been
kind enough to donate an autographed pair of glasses from Pro Tour Rider
Bobby Julich to be raffled to participants in the ride. If you are unable to
attend, consider a donation, and you will be entered in the drawing (need
not be present to win).

Please note, this ride is at your own discretion and the organizers are
doing this as a community event to honor the friendship of all bike riders
and enjoy the afternoon together.

Join us or donate by stopping at Rasmussens Bike Shop to buy a ticket(s) OR
mailing a check to the Price Vandelune Memorial Fund, (First American Bank,
Des Moines, IA.) The Orphanage Attn: Kim West, P.O. Box 13133, Des Moines,
IA 50310. (Please note your desire to entered in the raffle when mailing


Marc Hollander:

Rob Versteegh:

Thanks for your time, kind thoughts and support for our friends in their
time of need.


Marc T. Hollander & Rob Versteegh

marc hollander
west des moines ia 50265

Hope too see ya'll there:)


1 comment:

Chris said...

What is your cell number so I can get ahold of you for trail work times? Or you can e-mail it to me too.