The Celebrate Life Tour
What does a cancer documentary, a Winnebago Scorpion Toy Hauler, seven stray cats, one stray dog, a 35th year anniversary, and a love of hiking all have in common ?
The answer – The Celebrate Life Tour.
This begins what should be a very interesting adventure that involves taking a ridiculously large RV, and a ton of animals on a summer trip to Celebrate Life with those touched by cancer. We will be putting on parties in cities throughout the Northwest, and Canada, bringing together patients, survivors, and caregivers to share stories, information and fun. Amidst the balloons and streamers will be great guest speakers, music, food, giveaways, information on products and services, and a showing of the cancer survivorship documentary ” C – A Celebration of Life “. These Celebrate Life Tour events are free to the public. We are also looking for help with the planning, donations, product tables, decorating and cleanup, so if you would like to get involved, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the Celebrate Life Tour parties, our plan is to share our experiences with those that like stories slightly off the beaten path. Think Lucy and Ricky in an RV, for those of you old enough to remember that. I’ll be posting information about the why’s, how’s, where’s, and what in the world did we get ourselves into’s. You’ll get acquainted with the ” Scorpion “, laugh as we learn how to maneuver it, meet ” the kids ” ( which is how we refer to our 4 legged companions ), follow the ups and downs of the showings, and hopefully, see photos of some beautiful country on our hikes.
We are not experienced RV’ers, we have not traveled with multiple animals, and this is the first time we’ve attempted these type of events, so trust me, you’ll definitely get some good laughs out of this one.
The Celebrate Life Tour is set to hit the road in July next year, and travel throughout the Northwest through September. We’ll be setting up parties in Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary, Coeur D’Alene, Missoula, Jackson Hole, Boise, and Bend.
Now that you have the basics, the next postings will start giving you the details. We are looking for the beautiful faces of all those that are now dealing with, or have beaten cancer for a slideshow presentation during the event, so please send us your photos. I’d love to hear your ideas and suggestions. Believe me, we’re gonna need a lot of help.
Have a fabulous day.
Mission Positive Films