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Walking on the Edge - 2013
Living on the Edge - 2014
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Test Run for Walk 2013
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At Thousand Springs, ID
Lessons from Roads
Less Traveled 2012
#1 On Patrol
#2 The Van Guys
#3 Amity and Runaway
Amity Abides (Part 2)
#4 Romney & Imagination
#5 Kindness & Peace
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Back in the Saddle Again
And, the Saddle will be my Kelty backpack as
I begin my 2014 Walkabout on or about 1 August.
The Theme for this year's Trek is Amity, Unity and Imagination --
representing the Heart, the Star and the Stripes of the flag I carry.
We all can share more of those energies in our lives and worlds.
I will visit old friends in Kansas. And new ones I meet along the way.
If you know anyone along the general route I ought to look up, let me know.
After conferring with my Kansas friends, I may head to the Southwest.
But, my travel itineraries often change. So, it is hard telling where the route will lead.
I will endeavor to stop at libraries along the way to do weekly blogs
for those who may be interested
SO - with Gene Autry -
I'm back in the saddle again
Out where a friend is a friend
Where the longhorn cattle feed
On the lowly Jimson weed
Back in the saddle again
Ridin' the range once more
Totin' my new Fannie Flag (not an old 44).
Where you sleep out every night
And the only law is right
Back in the saddle again
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Amity and Unity and Imagination
“Ask not what your country can do for you;
ask what you can do for your country.”
John F. Kennedy
How long should we wait for things to change?
Whom do we think will make things right, better, wonderful?
Must we wait for government or God to act?
Let us stand together and care for each other, family and neighbors,
fellows and citizens of other countries, friends and foes alike!
We all belong to the same human race, dwell on the same planet Earth,
and are created in a Greater Image.
Set to practice the Golden Rule preached the world around.
Let’s all pitch in, again and again.
We are never too old or weak to do a good deed and make a difference.
Let our little lights shine.
“How wonderful it is that
nobody need wait a single moment to improve the world.”
The 2012 Walk Is Over,
But the 2002 Book Is Out
The latest adventure ended in Wells, NV, on October 6.
For a brief narrative, go the Blog.
Details folow in Lessons from Roads Less Traveled.
Copies of the new book about the Old Walk called
Montana Made Me Do IT:
Walk and Paint America Red White and Blue
are now on sale.
Just a few have read MMMDI
while the author has been decompressing from his excursion.
Former Marine Sergeant Frank Hutton,
started Baby Doctor, got through some of People Medicine,
but saluted MMMDI: "It's a great book!"
recently moved to the Wheatland Memorial Nursing Home,
said, "I loved it! When I get time, I'm going to read it again."
Charlotte McDevitt gives a cheer:
"The story is all intertwined and nicely told.
The book is entertaining, interesting and unique. It is good."
To purchase your copy of the book, contact
at theportableschool at gmail dot com
or make a $20 deposit in his paypal.com
account under the same email address.
For more description of the book or to scan photos from the trek,
go to MMMDI.