I spent the day with my family, the girls played in the garden and added their garden fairies, Liam tried crawling at 3 months, and Kel painted. A typical day, but a day I get to spend time with them. Time that some don’t get anymore. Time that others gave so that I can enjoy mine.
Family is interpretive. I have several: my kin, my friends (brothers), and 4 Wheel to Heal.
We strive to be a family with 4 Wheel to Heal, when it comes to volunteers and Warrior guests. Part of what makes this organization special is being a part of this family. We have had many Warrior guests state that they don’t necessarily like off-roading but they come out to be a part of the 4 Wheel to Heal family. We take pride in trying to be a successful team, and a fun family.
Come and visit the camp site and truly see what it is to be a part of 4 Wheel to Heal. See what our volunteers do, what our leads do. See how the warrior guests and their families help throughout the site. Come on a trail ride, watch how humble everyone is. It is a sight to see and surely something incredible to be a part of. Come and see our Family…
From the Head, from the Heart
-Nathan Ramos, Executive Director.