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Blatchford Adventures Bike Ride thanks to Dental Coaching

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Exploring the world and understanding it and ourselves better while enhancing our dental skills for the benefit of our patients and ourselves.

Work with the dental coaching team from Blatchford Solutions and you can enjoy more time off and a healthier practice.

What a thrill for aeronautical buffs to visit Kitty Hawk on the Outer Banks of NC.  You can still feel the excitement of 1903 when they first flew 20 feet for 12 seconds and a last flight that day for 852 feet in 59 seconds.  The Wright Bros had it all figured out and how our lives have changed.

We are on Leg 4 of Bar Harbor to Key West, doing a week a year.  This year was Richmond, VA to Wilmington, NC.  We stay in hotels, eat in restaurants and have a sag wagon.  Six were on our ride this year including two 13 year old boys.

Our ride is becoming very flat, compared to our hilly start in Maine.  This ride so fits into Blatchford dental coaching philosophy of having more time off to rejuvenate, experience new things and commune with friends.  Any Doctor can join us.  Be part of Blatchford Adventures and a week with Dr. Bill Blatchford.  Feel the wind at your back and join some very fun people for an invigorating week.

 

 

PURPOSE OF BLATCHFORD ADVENTURES?

Exploring the world and understanding it and ourselves better while enhancing our dental skills for the benefit of our patients and ourselves. Sound intriguing? Call Blatchford Solutions for a Dental Coaching consultation now.
If you would like more information regarding dental coaching, feel free to contact Blatchford Solutions:

http://www.blatchford.com
888-977-4600
info@blatchford.com

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.”

– Mark Twain

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