LOVELAND - At 92, Donna Ediger yearned to ride on a motorcycle again.
The grandmother of 27 first gained her loved of the open road decades ago. During WWII, she became friends with a GI who would pick her up and take her on rides when he was off base.
On Saturday, she had a chance to ride again in Loveland with the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association of Iron Plains.
By the looks of the photos, she enjoyed every single minute.
The "Wish of a Lifetime Program" helped make this all possible. Its goal is to make wishes come true for senior citizens.
Most elderly men and women have something in their life that they have always wanted to do or see, but for many different reasons they are often not able to live out those dreams.
The program was founded by Jeremy Bloom, a two-time Olympic skier and former NFL football player, in 2008. The program has made more than 700 wishes come true since its inception.
For more information on how to make a senior's wish come true, visit www.seniorwish.org.
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