I have just finished reading some posts about people
deciding not to go to Rudy's funeral.
I was present with perhaps less than 10 bcsb members.
I don't know how many people went to the Nanaimo one,
but I felt very disappointed at the lack of support today in Tsawwasen.
I'm not sure if it is perhaps a cultural thing- but even though
I didn't know Rudy or let alone meet him, I felt that it was
important that I payed my respects and "showed face" to him.
As he was a member of the same "community" I felt that reason was enough to attend his funeral to pay respects.
I take a lot from this community, and I don't think it would be right to only participate at certain times.
I understand that maybe a lot less people from this site met Rudy-but a fellow rider is still a fellow rider.
I thought that if we laughed together that we would also cry together....