We have another great ride planned to Falls Creek Retreat Center just outside Raymond, Washington on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula. It’s 625 miles over three days up the Oregon Coast into SW Washington and back again. On Saturday we plan on riding to and from Mount Saint Helens and the Johnston Ridge Observatory. Come Sunday, we will take a more inland route home. If you love Jesus and ride a motorcycle, or if you know someone who needs Jesus and rides, we invite you to join us.
We will be encouraged by good Bible teaching, eat a little too much, and probably get a little too much sun. All while enjoying three full days of riding motorcycles. As in the past, the ride is open to any riders in the Morning Star family and other men outside our fellowship who you may want to invite along.
COST PER PERSON
$229 / two to a room // $289 / your own room
REGISTRATION // PAYMENT
Registration will open on July 1, and close July 15 and are limited to 40 attendees. A deposit of $50 holds your place. Pay in full by Wednesday, July 15 at noon.
- 2 nights lodging and 6 meals (Friday: a sack lunch and dinner at camp // Saturday: Breakfast at camp, sack lunch on the road, and dinner at camp // Sunday: Breakfast at camp.)
- A guided, worry free trip on your own motorcycle.
- Fellowship with other men, great encouragement, and teaching from God’s Word.
- As always, we will provide a van to haul any luggage you may need, along with a trailer to pick-up any disabled bikes along the way. (Rare, but it does happen.)
We will meet at Morning Star Church at 8 am on July 31 and expect to return Sunday August 2 around 4:30 pm.
A WORD ABOUT COVID-19
- If you want a private sleeping space you must register and pay for a single room.
- If you need to wear a mask in a group setting, we encourage you to do so. However, we will not be requiring mask usage unless they are required by the State of Washington.
- If COVID-19 rules require the camp to close, only then will all payments be refunded.
- Johnston Ridge Observatory on Mt. St. Helens may be closed due to COVID-19.