This is Emma and my third year of participation in the "Driving for Kids" fund raiser for Roundup River Ranch which is a medically-supported Colorado mountain camp for children with chronic and life- threatening illnesses located in Gypsum, CO, The camp is part of Paul Newman's global community of medical specialty camps. This is such a worthwhile cause. It very rewarding to see the joy and smiles on both the kids and their parents faces. Last year Emma and I were able to raise almost $50,000 for the kids with two builders agreeing to match the "Driving for Kids" total contributions. We thank everyone that supported Emma, me, the kids, and the ranch. This year we are driving a 1967 Austin Healey 3000 Mark III BJ8. I bought the Austin Healey from a dealer in Reno, Nevada sight unseen and had it delivered. When it showed up at my office, Emma thought it was Ross Robbins' who was working with me at the time. Ops, I forgot to tell her I bought the car (It isn't the first time for me). Anyway, the car replaces the 1966 Austin Healey we took our honeymoon in 48 years ago. To my surprise, this Healey is one of the only 552 "Special Edition" metallic golden beige cars built at the end of the cars production. Everything on the car except the white paint is original down to the igitition key. Once the 3-day 600-mile tour through the Colorado Mountains at high Fall colors with the other British car enthusiasts to raise funds for Roundup River Ranch is complete, I will take the car off the road to have it refurbished back to its original look and feel. Please join the Shindig Rover team to help the chronic and life-threatening ill kids enjoy the magic of camp and the joys of childhood. The week long camping experience which is free for the children and family costs $2,500. Emma and I would like to support at least two children this year with our fund raising. Last year with the unbelievable charity of our builder friends we were able to support 20 children.