California Here I Come!

Woo HOO!!!

The Southern California Personal Lesson Campaign tipped this morning.

What does this mean?

It means that the Training Tour is going to California.

The situation is definitely in flux.

At this point in time, it looks like Jam Camp the 2nd and 3rd of January, then I’ll ride on down to San Diego with AWI World Champion, Todd Murnan and get to chill with Big Air Bella on Monday and Tuesday. We’ll hang out with the San Diego crowd through Tuesday doing group personals and enjoying the sun and then I’ll head up to LA and get to work with the Angelenos. I’m in the process of setting up a communication system here on site to handle the organization of these personal lessons, and it’s a tough job. I don’t want to reinvent the wheel here or spend a ton of time getting a special application set up, I don’t want a forum here onsite, but I do want to bring people here to the Roadtrip site to get the information on the Training Tour. We’ll see how things shake out.

I’ll be contacting the people in SoCal interested in personal lessons via email and phone and get to organizing the LA portion of the Tour. We’ve got 52+ days to get this together.

Then things get real interesting…

The Arizona Disc Dogs have requested a seminar, but are unsure as to whether or not they can get their club and PHADD together to make it happen. Steve Teer of the Disc Dogs of the Golden Gate, a club in Northern California believes that he has the numbers to set up a seminar the weekend after Jam Camp. So we’ve got two events bidding against eachother to bring the Training Tour to their town. Crazy!

The excitement is building here at Pawsitive Vybe as the Training Tour is gaining some traction and is starting to become a reality.

I’d like to personally thank all the people who have made this happen.

We’ll see you in a couple months and talk to you soon.



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