Booger’s Monster Run adventures

Booger took to the road behind Stew Castle to experience the Monster Run first hand

Three riders plus Booger stopped by the Muscular Dystrophy offices in Vancouver to drop off the donations gathered from the Monster Run.

I want tu thank yu for yur covraj of me on the Monstr Run.  I had a good time but my bum is sore from the long trip.  I had a lot of fun and the wether was grate.  I was a litl cold at the start but got reely hot latr that day.

I rode with 3 peepl  and we cuvrd ovr 1,670 km in 21 hours.  With this beeing  my first trip, I saw a lot of beootifull country.  My favorit was Lillooet to Whistler.  The rode was twisty and a lot of fun.  The 3 peepl rode togethr for most of the trip.  I am very happy that I helped out  with the Monstr Run.  I raised ovr 400 dollars and want   to thank all the peepl that helped me do that.

With the muny that I raised, the totl money going to Muscular Dystrophy Canada is over 2,500 dollars.  I want to thank the riders for ther hard work and dedicashun to this event.  Thank you to the sponsorz as well.

I think I will do this agen next yeer.


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