OCCUPY WALK USA

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Day 74 Occupy Walk USA rests in Burnside, Arizona 87 degrees 4 24 2012

Day 74 Occupy Walk USA rests in Burnside, Arizona 87 degrees 4 24 2012

Chris Mckay says, “While we sat there out of the 87 degree heat we had 6 pickup trucks stop to talk to us because they had been hearing all about us walking down the road, they brought water, trail mix, watermelon and cookies.”

The majestic scenery encountered by the walkers through northeastern Arizona

A school teacher pulled over and asked if she could take the walkers picture with members of the Navajo Nation (Dine Bikeyah, or Navajoland) .

Water the old fashion way

Incredible Arizona/New Mexico Landscapes

Help the Navajo Nation get their voices heard in Congress — Kill Senate Bill 2109

This is our angel Violet from the Navajo Tribe.

Thank you Violet, we love you!

These people live on 10 gallons of water a day. Talk about sustainability!

Violet’s mother allowed us to camp in their yard last night. She spoke only in her native Navajo tongue.

They cooked the flatbread over a fire out I made the pasta. Mmmmmm love and only love

 

Chris really did climb up to these mountains waiting for the walkers to arrive.

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April 24, 2012 - Posted by | Walking Blog

2 Comments »

  1. Thank you all; the heroes on and off the road who keep us all reminded of our duty to ourselves, to our children, and to all our brothers and sisters around this fragile world.

    Comment by Thom Comstock | April 25, 2012 | Reply

  2. Bless you guys ❤

    Comment by Diandra Dzib | May 11, 2012 | Reply


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