LIOTR Stage 5 You know you’re riding a lot when 95 miles and 5k feet of climbing feels almost like a rest day as it approaches. After Stage 4’s relative easiness, we’ll ease back in to longer distances and climbs with hopefully great weather. We move from Boise to Fairfield, ID today. Dedications Sally is a friend of Andrew’s parents. She is from England but has spent a good part of her life in the developing world, Africa, South America, India, working with people and organizations to improve their lot in life. Most recently she’s been teaching at university in Australia, working with organizations to bring ideas home to help their people. Following her cancer diagnosis, Sally went through several surgeries and treatments. Today she is cancer free, but like so many who have had cancer in their lives, Sally lives with the blessing and the curse of frequent follow up checks, the breath-holding and the relief that goes with such a regimen. Anrdrew’s parents have known Sally, and her husband Paul, for a number of years. She is the most generous of hosts, gracious, kind and - not least - funny! Sally has the remarkable ability to make you feel like the most important person in the room. In her work she’s extended that ability to making the people she works with feel like the most important people in the world. She is someone who makes a difference.

LIOTR Stage 5

You know you’re riding a lot when 95 miles and 5k feet of climbing feels almost like a rest day as it approaches. After Stage 4’s relative easiness, we’ll ease back in to longer distances and climbs with hopefully great weather. We move from Boise to Fairfield, ID today.

Dedications

Sally is a friend of Andrew’s parents. She is from England but has spent a good part of her life in the developing world, Africa, South America, India, working with people and organizations to improve their lot in life. Most recently she’s been teaching at university in Australia, working with organizations to bring ideas home to help their people.

Following her cancer diagnosis, Sally went through several surgeries and treatments. Today she is cancer free, but like so many who have had cancer in their lives, Sally lives with the blessing and the curse of frequent follow up checks, the breath-holding and the relief that goes with such a regimen.

Anrdrew’s parents have known Sally, and her husband Paul, for a number of years. She is the most generous of hosts, gracious, kind and - not least - funny! Sally has the remarkable ability to make you feel like the most important person in the room. In her work she’s extended that ability to making the people she works with feel like the most important people in the world. She is someone who makes a difference.