Cycle for the Future – Week 1

Jun 10, 2019 | 0 comments

WEEK ONE HAS BEEN TRULY AMAZING!

Andrew (or AJ) has cycled 280 miles and spent 24 hours on his trusted bike, Ferdinand. The scenery is beautiful here in the Pacific Northwest – we’ve traveled through tiny towns, past lakes and over hills. Our awesome pop up camper has provided a simple shelter and bed at night. We’ve met many wonderful people along the way and have had the opportunity to share life and our mission with Touch A Life.


 

CHRIS AND PHIL

We met Chris and Phil on our first night in Birch Bay. They offered us coffee and a time of prayer.

Pedal the Pacific

AJ met the girls from Pedal the Pacific on the route – they are cycling to fight sex trafficking and are following a similar route along the Pacific Coast Trail.

THE SCENERY IS BEAUTIFUL HERE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

Here are just a few scenic views we have witnessed in the beautiful state of Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Are you just hearing of Cycle for the Future? Read more about their journey: here.

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