We're biking across the United States to raise money for Gallaudet University's Personal Discovery Program, a 501(c)3 charity. If this is your first visit, please read our welcome page and how you can help page.

Monday, June 11, 2007

WE MADE IT!!!

We bicycled from Los Angeles, CA to Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. The feelings we have right now are indescribable. Someone asked us how we felt, and all we could say was "wow... wow!" The Discovery team was there to greet us, and it was a beautiful ending to our trip. Jean Berube, the program leader, says she plans to use the funds we have raised for equipment for the rock climbing gym at Gallaudet. We can just picture that equipment being used by hundreds of kids years from now.

We want to thank all of the people who gave their support, love, and prayers. We would not have made it if not for all of you.

We will continue to post from time to time, so check back for more updates!

Dana and Heather

4 comments:

dad and mom said...

Congratuations! You two are a super pair. So are you going to publish a book about your travels or hold off on that and get down to "normal" living like the rest of us? We knew if anyone could do this you two could. We are very proud of you. Love, mom and dad

Anonymous said...

SUPER JOB!!!!! I knew you could do it. Grandpa and I are really proud of both of you. We have been telling everyone. Congratulations again. I know I couldn't do it. Riding to your moms and back to Grandpa's is enough for me.
Grandpa and Aunt Patti

natalie said...

A BIG CONGRATULATIONS!!! You guys are an inspiration, and I'm so proud of you both! You ROCK!!!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!!!! I can't put into words how wonderful I think you both are and only wish I had memories like you two will have years down the road....it is great that you have documented everything so well because I'm sure you will have a lot of people who won't believe what you did. You are a great inspiration and look forward to all your future postings. Way to go!!!
Love you, Aunt Tee Tee