Willie Weir presents — Tiva to Tekoa: A rescue dog travels a rescued trail
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 7:00pm
Adventure Cyclist columnist Willie Weir and his partner Kat Marriner have been cycling exotic and amazing places together for twenty years ... then they got a dog.
Tiva came to them via Taiwan. Rescued from a garbage dump, this scared little Formosan Mountain Dog was deemed "The Reluctant Traveler." For the next three years, Kat and Willie worked with the goal of taking Tiva on a bike trip. Little did they know that the trail they'd selected was a recent rescue as well.
If you love bicycle travel, or dogs, or public trails, you won't want to miss this heartwarming tale of love, patience and persistence.
Join us at the Cascade Bicycling Center on Tuesday, Oct. 11, or catch Willie as he travels to Ellensburg and Spokane to present!
Suggested donation of $10 at the door will benefit the Friends of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail. Cascade, our partner organization Washington Bikes, and other partners are working in support of funding for improvement of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, the nation’s longest rail-trail. Search our blog for stories about biking the JWPT.