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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

The DC needs your help!

Well, I thought the last one was so much fun that I would try it again.  I have officially gone crazy, I mean signed up for another "Ragnar" event.  This one is called: So Cal as in the lower part of California starting at some beach south of LA and ending up near San Diego.

Now that I know what to expect from this event they throw another item for us this time.  Since I am a captain for and this event is organized by them they asked each to raise 750.00 dollars to help out with the diabetes cause.

So I am now not giving you the free camping advice and tips that I normally do on this blog but am pleading, begging, and well other stuff if need be to donate any amount to my campaign so that I can show the world what The Diabetic Camper can do in SoCal.

Think of it this way, if you donate lets say 10.00 dollars to my fundraising page that equals to probably 60.00 cents per mile.  Now is that a worthy donation?  I would say yes it is, but if you go a bit further and want to break the dollar per mile mark a simple 20.00 dollar donation would be like sponsoring me 1.20 for every mile I run.  Here is my math from the past Ragnar: 10.00 dollars divided by 17.1 miles ran.

Lets think of the good times we have had on this blog and remember those little tips I gave you that saved your life and give back to the man that gives so much to you.

Just think with every dollar donated today I get one ounce closer to looking like the guys above.  Now wouldn't you want The Diabetic Camper to look more like that?  These donations are a win (diabetes), win (Dave spreads the good word of The Diabetic Camper), win (Dave will lose weight and look good in a speedo) situation.


  1. You're not going to run in Speedo's like the picture, right?

  2. I was trying to find out how little clothes I could wear during my night run. If I only knew where they sold those blurry spots you see on TV when people are naked, I could just wear that during my night run. Kind of like streaking without the streaks.