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“Re: PMC 2005: Saturday Afternoon, MMA, More Lunch, Massage, Traffic”

From: Steve Davis - Office In Response To: 5002  RE: PMC 2005: Saturday Afternoon, MMA, More Lunch, Massage, Traffic
Date Posted: Monday, August 15, 2005 11:14:16 AM Replies: 0
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A PMC grandfather? That's funny.

Scott, congratulations on your ride, and your surviving cancer! I love
those Living proof buttons and t-shirts. Truly insperational...


Steve Davis

----- Original Message -----
From: "Seth Dillingham" <>
To: "TruerWords" <>
Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 9:50 AM
Subject: RE: [tw] PMC 2005: Saturday Afternoon, MMA, More Lunch, Massage,
Traffic [Msg#5002]

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> On 8/14/05, Scott Ripley said:
>>I have been reading your blog for over a year now.A I found it bt
>>doing a search for PMC.A After reading you for a short time, I decided
>>to do the PMC this year.
> Scott,
> This is incredible! Why didn't you ever say anything to me, either by
> private email or here on the site?
> Please say more about yourself. Have you been riding for long? How old
> are you? Where do you live? How has the fundraising been going?
>>I was hoping to find you to introduce myself.
> You should have told me! I would love to have met you.
> After reading your message yesterday, I wrote to Steve Davis to joke
> that he's now a PMC grandfather. (He brought me into the PMC.)
>>I even asked my riding friends to look for you.A I told them your name
>>and you were quite tall.A That's all I knew.
> Well, there are pictures of me that could have helped, but nothing
> would have helped like saying something ahead of time. :-) Oh well.
> Like you said, maybe next time.
>>I looked at MMA the whole time I was there, but never saw you.A I was
>>there from 4pm to 7:30pm.A Frm your last blog entry, we were quite
>>close to each other between 5 and 6.A I was resting beside my bike on
>>the grass beside the one-day luggage basketball court near the
>>showers, then went to be in the survivor photo at the flagpole at 6. I
>>met my ride at the gate at 7:30.A
> Oh man... you're a survivor, too?
> Good grief. I'm such a proud papa. ;-)
> Corinne says she needs to tie a string to me so I don't just float
> away. Really, this was a great message, and I am riding a little high
> because of it.
>>Sorry I missed you.A I wanted to compliment you on you website and
>>your writings.A I've read most of it.A
> I'm sorry, too, and it's doubly frustrating because we were obviously
> within eyesight of each other for at least an hour.
> Thank you for the kind words about my writing, and for the whole
> letter. I hope you post more, at least to say a little more about
> yourself.
> Seth
> P.S. If you live in the Northeast, perhaps you'd like to join us for
> one of the other rides in the area? (Are you a regular rider? By now
> you know that lots of people in the PMC don't to much riding other than
> that weekend, so I have to ask.)
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