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Let’s backtrack

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And the walking caravan inadvertently demonstrated this yesterday.

The group started towards Greenwood, Mississippi. Got about 6 miles down the road and realized they were going in the wrong direction! Oops.

With the help of their mobile support  they got back to their starting point and were able to get back on track and hike 8 miles in three hours!  Today they are going to try to do 20 miles on their way to Belzoni, MS.

One of the highlights of last night was their group circle. Anyone who had done anything like this knows that tensions can  rise after a few days.  They were able to sit down and really focus on why they are doing what they are doing and the barriers don’t seem so large today.  Feet are soar, legs are tired. but they keep marching!


Written by standagainstaids

September 17, 2008 at 6:57 pm

Posted in walking caravan

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  1. My hat is off to all who have made the journey and beyond. The mission is a great one my friends and unfortunately the problem can not be resolved in a day. But I will continue to pray for you all and pray that our next president commits to coming up with a viable health care plan within the first one hundred days of office. Much love for all. Your commitment to this cause is more than commendable. I stand with you in the fight to end the HIV/Aids epidemic.

    Gracie Brown

    September 24, 2008 at 9:24 pm

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