TG: Way coolio - an American tire :)
Amy (Director): Hope you don't mind, we got the whole high school to welcome Fire.
TG: I have a buddy called Simon, who is an excellent rock climber. He used to tell me "to be better at rock climbing you have to be willing to fall"....and so in life, the fear of failing can be an obstacle to us progressing forward.
After all, our so called "failures" in life are really a time of learning and reflection, that should help us to change our approach so we can be better at life.
I choose to focus on one thing - our current disposable society. So the first challenge to all our "change makers" is to raise their own game by reducing their single-use plastic trash with a B.Y.O attitude (Bring Your Own....bottle/ cup/ plate/ cutlery/ bags/ etc to anywhere that will be providing disposable plastic)
After all the N-Parks slogan is "Leave No Trace". That is a slogan that should be applied to our home, environment, and planet.
TG: Final question - is "Fire" a girl or a boy tire?
Laura (student): Gender shouldn't matter as long as he or she can do the job.
And so it is, TG has now got a trans-gender tyre called "Fire" that will live at the Luck Community School to teach them how to run to reduce their risk of getting injured whilst running. A new school sport has been born ..."The Fire Tire Run" .
Thank you Amy for the use of your photos.
Thank you Luck Community School for listening to us (TG + tyres)