To get you ready for the race this weekend, here is a blindfold challenge on Sonoma.
Good stuff, Dierks.
Don't do this to your dog......but if you do, please share the video with us 😂😂😂😂
Via my friend, Kevin Perry
For my civilian family. You have all seen and heard about our Navy ship the USS FITZGERALD and it's horrific collision at sea. You have heard about the loss of seven Sailors. What you may not be able to understand is what happened in "real talk". At the request of some, I will make this more real for you.
I want you to pretend all of this. Laying in bed at 0230 in the morning. Peaceful, with the hum of the fan and the gentle sway of your bed... (imagine you are in a hammock of sorts). You are sound asleep when the most terrible noise comes out of no where, it's the sound of metal on metal, your bed will tip over and within seconds your bedroom starts to flood. What you need to understand is that you have seconds to escape. You will grab anyone that you can and you will go, faster than you have ever gone. You will go to your assigned location (imagine meeting outside on the lawn of your house). This isn't a drill, this is real, that water will fill your bedroom in less than a minute...because what you don't know is that hole is massive. Your fight and flight instincts will kick in--because you have been trained for this very situation.
You will have to make sure that you get those doors closed because if you don't your entire house will flood, you will in essence sink. You have to get the doors closed....but once those doors shut, they cannot be opened (while at sea).
The pain those Sailors are going through right now, the guilt that some may have because they couldn't save everyone, they had to close the door. The loss of their Shipmates, their friends, their possessions, their lives were changed in a matter of minutes. Their battle will forever be bittersweet, they saved that ship, they kept her from sinking...but they will have forever lost seven Sailors, brothers, sons, fathers, friends....amazing men that gave their life to our United States Navy.
The Forward Deployed Naval Force in Japan is doing everything that they can to support this fighting ship, I am asking you....from the bottom of my heart to do something too. Send them a card, send toiletries, send clothing, send whatever you would like and you if you cannot send anything--please send them your love, your prayers and thoughts of peace and strength. The information is below:
UNIT 100173 BOX 1
FPO, AP 96665-1280
RIP: These are the U.S. Navy sailors who died in the ship collision (clockwise from upper left): Carlos Victor Ganzon Sibayan, Dakota Kyle Rigsby, Gary Leo Rehm Jr., Ngoc T. Truong Huynh, Shingo Alexander Douglass, Xavier Alec Martin and Noe Hernandez (U.S. Navy photos)
Happy Father's Day.
George is so right! A father's love never ends! Happy Father's Day!
Beach season is coming! Ladies, you can look just like your man. Ha. --Rona