Glad to hear you are a fan. I grew up in Fairview Park but now live near
Port Clinton (Put-In-Bay). It’s astounding to me, and more than a little
disheartening, that many of the locals here are rabid steelers fans. I
don’t know how it happens but they seem to feel it makes sense somehow.
Makes me a little sick, if you want to know the truth.
Anyway, best wishes for smooth sailing till you reach the end of your
If you are from Pennsylvania then I can understand and respect the fact that you are a steelers fan, Just as I can respect a Ravens fan from Maryland, even though they stole our team. A Ravens fan will say “Are team was stolen by Indianapolis, we lost our team for 15 years you only lost yours for 5″. I ask you this, If a man robs you for $100 does it give you the right to rob another man for 50. Unlike the steelers I don’t hate the Ravens, I just don’t like them much. If you are born and raised in northern Ohio and you support the steelers because you like there colors or because they make it to super bowls, then you have no loyalty and therefor no honor. A man without honer is a disgraceful example of a human-being. I wont hide the fact that the browns lose more games then they win. I don’t expect them to go to the super bowl anytime soon. The Cleveland Browns could lose every game for the rest of my life and I will still support them, EVERY GAME FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE! Thats what it means to have loyalty, thats what it means to be a true fan
Matt's motivation for the trip is to show people, particularly those with disabilities, that there are no limits to what can be accomplished in life; and to raise money for Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB), a nonprofit sailing program for people with disabilities, based in Annapolis, Md. Click here to learn more about CRAB.