Day 3079

Keep walking

June 4th, 2020

People all over the world are walking in protest and in hope right now. It's a beautiful thing, and it's even starting to transcend our political divides. I was so moved to see this video from my little hometown of Ashland, Virginia.

Friend and fellow walker Garnette Cadogan wrote an exceptional essay about his experiences on foot as a Black man in America a few years ago. His words are a lot more meaningful than any of the musings on street signs or fire hydrants you'll find elsewhere on this blog.


  1. Tiff says:

    The whole world seems to be walking now!

  2. Kayla says:

    Amazing! Also, I am so moved by your journey! I stumbled upon this blog on accident but I’m so happy to see all the beautiful things you found on your walk. I’m gonna take a road trip soon and I’m gonna find the beauty in everything!

  3. Jack says:

    I appreciate you sharing your journey’s.

    But jack shit has been bridged in regards to the political divide. If you made your walk across the country now, you’d have a far worse experience than you had a decade ago. Garbage all over the center of the country.

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