“Was it you or I who stumbled first? It does not matter. The one of us who finds the strength to get up first, must help the other.” Vera Nazarian
My adventure motorbike brought me into contact with some of the most wonderful creatures that dwell on planet earth. My life would have been so much poorer if I hadn’t had the chance of sharing a coffee, tea, chai, Nile water, Pepsi, Pepsi again, beer, rum and Russian vodka with all of those wonderful people.
It is totally unfair to mention ten and leave put a thousand. Therefore, to ALL of you a yellow rose, the colour of Live.
My Gauteng colleague, Suzanne Baker, followed Willie’s example. Wow Suzanne! You deserve a medal for gut! Now I understand why you did free fall and are a biker as well!
Marius Venter, CEO of SABest and Interexcel, Africa rider, motivator of people, invited me last week for a pre-shave photograph at this company.
One week later:
Rindy and Lechelle, thank you so much for getting everything organised and the people fired up. Your team of young professionals is an example of what can be achieved. Opportunities don’t happen, you create them.
Lastly, South Africa is experiencing a hot summer. Good friends made and bought bandanas for me, for which I am really grateful. Ronel from Phelwana Game Lodge, my sister Ronelle, artistic Lita, thank you so much for it!
Enjoy your Friday, and be on the lookout for the ride report of Patti that will be published over the weekend!