|9/11: Journey for Truth|
|Written by Dick Scar, BSAE|
|Friday, 28 September 2012 00:26|
An Inspiring Update from the Bike Tour
Our intrepid AE911Truth Action Group bicyclists, Rena Patty and Pam Senzee, have completed over 2000 miles of their 4000-mile journey across the country. They reached the halfway point of Fargo, North Dakota, on September 8, fighting 40-mph winds for the last 40 miles. Rena and Pam are equipped to camp out in tents but occasionally are offered accommodations under a warm roof.
They have met hundreds of good folks along the way, most of whom had never seen the World Trade Center forensic evidence. Of the first 500 people Rena talked to, almost everyone accepted the information. Nearly 800 DVDs have thus far been given to individuals, fire districts, police stations, libraries and churches.
“I can almost hear people saying ‘A gal on a bike gave this to me,’” Rena said. The girls have also been interviewed by local newspapers and radio stations along the way.
Rena remembers the beginning of the trek through Washington State’s Cascade Mountains. “We discovered strength and resilience in the face of challenges… I wonder if this wasn’t also true of the 9/11 Truth movement,” she said. She expressed hope there would be a day when we can all heave a sigh of relief when we successfully “coast downhill” in our victorious pursuit of a proper investigation – and some measure of justice.
You can read more about Rena and Pam’s Journey on their blogs at 911JourneyforTruth.org. Here is a sample of what’s in store:
Clark Fork, ID – The riders dropped in at the local police station and left a DVD with Patrol Officer Darren Short, who said he’d share it with the police chief.
Galata, MT – As Rena and Pam rode past miles and miles of wheat fields, a farmer noticed that they looked tired and made an effort to get them a room at a nearby hotel.
West Glacier, MT – The Journey for Truth crossed the Continental Divide near West Glacier on August 15. Leaving a café in town, the riders were surprised to see a black bear cross the road.
Rudyard, MT – As Rena and Pam pulled up to a bar in the only place open to get something to eat, a tall farmer named Russ walked up and patted Pam on the helmet. “Nice hat!” he exclaimed. When they walked in, another farmer did the same thing. Everyone was friendly, warm and welcoming – even when confronted with the third-worst structural failure in modern history.
Saco, MT – A grandfather named Vernon brought the riders a feast, including fresh corn on the cob and dessert. Later, a local musician tried to serenade them, but got a new 9/11 song from Pam and Rena instead.
Circle, MT – A couple celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary bought Rena and Pam breakfast and wondered how it was that they didn’t hear about the collapse of a 47-story building in the mainstream media.
Fargo, ND – The girls arrived in Fargo on September 8, where they stayed with the family of Iraq war veteran and AE911Truth petition signer Robert Mackall. Robert arranged to have Patty interviewed by a local television crew.