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KSO Barefooting Across America-PA

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

A little lake outside of Utica, PA is where the clinic was based.  The Ebbert’s have a wonderful set up for barefooting.  Cottages and trailers are parked along the shore close to the waters edge, boat lifts and docks are set up and the barefoot jump ramp is snuggled in for a great view.  The weather conditions were not the best but we were still able to get alot accomplished. Jumping was the main focus for Greg and Cody Ebbert.  The main goal is smoother landings behind the boat, just a few bad habits need to be worked out and it will be smooth sailing:) Getting ready for competiton this summer Diane Schaupp worked her line step postition behind the boat!! Awesome!  Geoff Hust is a solid skier, and worked his back cutouts on shoes and backwards line step postion and many hops down the lake.   Josh Heckman was having some troubles with his back to front and with just a little bit of instruction he was turning like nobody elses business! Tom Chatham has just begun his jumping career.  He worked on his positioning going over the jump on shoe skis on the 5ft rope.  Thank you to Lisa Ebbert and other ladies that provided wonderful meals for us!  They were delicious! Kyle Ebbert has a new found hobby is editing videos! Its awesome, check it out! Skiing with KSO Video

Group Shot

Thank you for a great clinic we look forward to spending more time with you!

The Barefooting Across AmericaTour Begins

Monday, May 16th, 2011

The tour begins!  5/15

Keith St. Onge and Lauren Lindeman are off!  First stop Port St. Lucie, FL at the PGA tourney.  A great start to the tour Keith St. Onge tricked a potential world record of 13,100!  This is the first time 13,000 points has been reached in history. Woo hoo! After the tournament we loaded up the RV and headed north to Valdosta, Georgia.  The Cargile family was welcoming and allowed us set up on their property for the night. It was peaceful and a beautiful area full of lakes and open land.

Hitting the road early this time in search for a church.   Our navigation system brought up a church within one mile down HWY 75 so we pulled off.  We met a nice young woman and we asked her what time the service was., “Sunday school starts in two minutes.” She said.  Ummm, “What about the service?” We questioned.  Isn’t Sunday school for teenagers and younger?  She replied, “No, this is Sunday school for grown ups.”  We told her we had never been to a Sunday school for grown ups but we were willing to give it a try!  The church was in Lenox, GA and we had a great time and learned a lot from the deacon (Chad) that put on the Sunday school.

We would like to thank Chad for sending us this email and keeping us in their prayers for safe travels.  Thank you so much for welcoming us into your church. Here is what we received from the Church we visited:

“Keith & Lauren,

Hey ! I just wanted to let you guys know how much we enjoyed your stopping by for Sunday School today at Lenox Baptist Church ! It was a pleasure meeting you both and please stop by on your way back through. I pray for safe travels and good luck with everything you all have going on with your barefootin clinics!

In Christ,

Chad Sumner
Lenox Baptist Church”

The billboards along the way are entertaining feet follow us everywhere! Traveling from Valdosta to Atlanta we are hoping to meet up with some friends in Atlanta.  Followed by grocery shopping at Whole Foods in Marrietta, GA in search of Coconut Bliss and other healthy products!

It has been a blessing having my fiancé Lauren with me.  She drives the bus when I get tired and fuels me up with food when need be.  It has been interesting watching her drive this beast though!  A 34ft. motor home keeps you working the whole time while driving.  If it’s windy you feel it, when a trucker passes you it pushes you over and when you drive by a larger vehicle you feel the wind off it and you once again feel the wheel challenge you.  We are approaching Atlanta right now and I can tell Lauren is getting much more relaxed driving the Anytime Fitness Tour bus…phewwwww…I can relax a bit, but must take over the helm in the big cities.