Coast 2 Coast

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Reply TimmyLiala
10:12 PM on September 10, 2017 
Reply Elizabeth
5:48 PM on October 31, 2013 
Congratulations on your trip! I have lost many family members to cancer, and a few beloved pets as well. I wish i would have known you were coming through PA sooner, i would have loved to have joined you on the ride. I hope to be able to join you one day! Keep up this wonderful cause, i support you all the way, and if you ride through again, i hope to be able to help in any way possible!
Reply Diane Knapp
1:09 PM on August 18, 2013 
Congratulations on your journey and to many more. We have all lost a loved one to cancer, my dad in 1988 and my mom in 2003. Keep up the cause, you have my support as your neighbor and friend. Let me know if there is anything I can do.
Reply Sandi Artuso
2:15 AM on May 20, 2013 
Hi Tracy Ann & Crew -
I am looking for the Nature's Translator website to contact you, but it appears the website is no longer yours.
Is there any way to contact you for AC now?
Thanks -
Reply Linda
9:10 PM on May 8, 2013 
An Amazing story. Thank you for sharing
Reply Suzanne Mjolsness
2:39 PM on March 8, 2013 
Hi Tracy, just wanted to check in with you to see what you have been up to since the end of your journey. Hope you are well and please keep up with all of us. I know there are a number of us waiting to hear from you and know you are enjoying spring and wondering what you are up to these days.
Happy Easter if we do not talk and hello to the Critters.
Suzanne (Iowa)
Reply Helen Rasmussen
1:52 PM on January 24, 2013 
Through you love and dedication you have completed you long pilgramidge across the entire country along with you companions Ursa and Sierra. I was blessed to meet you when you your headed into little Colo Iowa along old highway 30 or Lincoln Hwy before you ate at Nilands. I have lost a Mother and very good friend to cancer as well. If I had been feeling better I would have ridden with you for awhile. What a way to spread the word. Looking forward to a book if ever you should write one. I am sure you would have many stories to tell. Please let me know if you are planning anything in the next couple of years. My email is ... [email protected]
I admire your courage and determination.
Reply KimBerly
10:40 AM on January 22, 2013 
Congratulations on fulfilling your journey and for all that you are doing and have done.You are a amazing person and may you be blessed with peace through out the rest of your life.God bless you!
Reply Robert and Sara Phillips
10:40 PM on January 21, 2013 
Such a dedicated Lady for a great cause. I was so glad I got to see you reach the Atlantic Ocean. You have touched so many lives on your journey-even mine. God bless you. Would love to read a book about your journey. Thank you for being such a caring person
Reply Bev. Floom
9:18 AM on January 21, 2013 
I stood beside a survivor, lime green shirt and a loving heart full of honor to have been a part of Tracy's journey.
I walked with a young woman from Ohio. Her Clydesdale teamed jacket worn with pride in her family's heritage. She walked with a quick paced admiration and respect for a woman, a horse and a canine companion whose mission was a monumental effort for the future.
Reflections from the ocean. I saw courage and strength; survival and tribute; the very young and those whose age knew the fears that cancer could evoke.
Tracy's journey had become a pilgrimage; from the miles shared by horseback and foot to those who traveled by car or facebook,
A pilgrimage, a source of healing and hope.
Tracy...... we Thank you...from our hearts.