OCCUPY WALK USA

Ides of March walk 2013

Gratitude and Respect to this Occupy Family of Angels

Gratitude and Respect to this Occupy Family of Angels

Very Back Row is Jason Brock (walker) holding up the NYC Sign.

Middle Row is Donnie holding her son Taj, next to her husband Paul. Next is walkers;, Adam Peck, William Terzin and Danny Johnson.

In front holding Occupy Walk sign is Paul’s and Donnie’s daughter Nubia.

This Ocupy Angel Family lives in Fort Defiance. They generously reserved a room for the walkers at a hotel in Gallup, New Mexico for tonight. It is these special everyday Americans that gives us faith in a better tomorrow. Blessings to this family!

A special present to Danny Johnson

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April 29, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels | 3 Comments

Ben and Jerry’s Website — Real heroes in real life…

Ben and Jerry’s Website — Real heroes in real life…

http://downwithtyranny.blogspot.com/2011/04/ben-cohen-of-ben-jerrys-supports-occupy.html

 

 

We Thank You Ben and Jerry’s for providing the funding for so many Occupy campaigns and protests and marches.

You two are awesome examples of what America can be

We need a little more vision. You are helping the 99% wake up.

What an honor to hold that role in society.

KUDOS!

April 16, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels | Leave a comment

Occupy Walk USA loves the Hualapai Tribe of Arizona!

Occupy Walk USA loves the Hualapai Tribe of Arizona!

The walkers are featured in the Newsletter of the Hualapai tribe!

Danielle Bravo DBravo@hualapai-nsn.gov
Apr 12

Good afternoon,

 I would like to thank you again DJ and the guys again for your time.

 I have attachment the latest issue of the Gamyu, meaning “How are you” in Hualapai, a full issue and the second attachment that just mentions the group. I wasn’t sure which one you wanted.

 The newsletter does gets mailed to different states for our out of town tribal members, also to high school/college libraries and even museums. I hope you enjoy it and again have a safe journey.

Thank you,

Danielle Bravo

Hualapai Tribe Planning & Economic Development

Administrative Clerk/Gamyu Newsletter

P.O. Box 179/887 W. Highway 66

Peach Springs, Arizona 86434

Phone: (928) 769-1310 Ext. 23

Fax: (928) 769-1377

www.hualapai-nsn.gov

April 13, 2012 Posted by | Occupy Walk News, Thank you to road angels | Leave a comment

Our Beloved New Road Manager Chris McKay

Chris is taking Occupy Walk USA to the next level of excellent.

He was a perfect fit for the job and sorely needed.

 

Chris McKay, we are so thankful for your support!

 

April 8, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels | Leave a comment

Hulapai Tribe Cultural Center in Arizona — Solidarity!

Occupy Walk USA stayed last night (outside) at the Hulapai Tribe Cultural Center in Arizona. It was a bit chilly this morning, around 48 degrees. Group should be walking up onto the Grand Canyon Cavern, this cavern is 220 feet deep, the largest dry canyon, was used during the Cuban missle Crisis to house 2000 people as a bomb shelter. There is also a 6 room hotel inside the cavern. I do not know if we will get a chance to go into the cavern because of cost but it would be fun. http://www.occupywalkusa.org

Occupy Walk USA Team loves SHIA!

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April 6, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels, Walking Blog | Leave a comment

Thank you and Goodbye for Now to our Needles Angel Ruth

Thank you and Goodbye for Now to our Needles Angel Ruth!

It warms our heart to see your generosity and commitment to our effort.

March 26, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels | Leave a comment

Ruth is our Needles Angel!

Ruth you sure got some tales wagging in this crowd!

Occupy Walk USA loves you!

March 23, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels | 2 Comments

Update March 20, 2012

Today made the seventh day that the walkers did not have a hot meal. This afternoon, the walkers made it to the outskirts of Needles, California. They went to the Wagonwheel Restaurant where they were awarded a free meal by the management. Thank you Wagonwheel Restuarant!

After a great meal, the occupy walk USA team went right across the street to the Best Western to have a shower, wash their clothes and regroup after seven days across the desert. A powerful inner experience for all the remaining walkers!

Tomorrow morning, no sleeping in! Walkers have to walk down to the local Needles Radio Station for a live interview with Zachery Lopez @zachnews by 6 am!

March 21, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels, Walking Blog | 2 Comments

Shout out to Suzan and Dennis, an almost miraculous stroke of good fortune!

Road Angels, Suzan and Dennis with occupy walk USA team members

Suzan and Dennis were driving back from Vegas and decided to go check on the Occupy Walk USA team. Suzan found out their location by texting Susan Sayler, who said that the Occupy Walk USA team was not within range of cellular service so their exact location wasn’t known. But Susan Sayler was able to tell them they were near Essex on Route 66. With this information, they went looking for the walkers. Unfortunately, it had started to rain pretty hard and the walkers had taken shelter under a bridge. It was almost miraculous, because of where they had taken shelter, that Dennis spotted them as they drove down route 66 looking for them “near Essex”.

The timing could not have worked out better. They all went to the only diner in town, dried off and ate a warm meal. Wow, we just love people like Suzan and Dennis. They are what this world is made out of. This is why we walk — to meet souls like Suzan and Dennis!

This magical occupy leprechaun “walker” is for you, Suzan and Dennis.

He brings the lad and lassie the luck o’the Irish!

March 17, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels, Walking Blog | Leave a comment

Shout out to Marilyn in Twentynine Palms

Thank you Marilyn for allowing our walkers to spend the night at your property

in Twenty-nine Palms, California.

and for lending them the grill so they could make dinner.

This digital bouquet of flowers is for you!

March 14, 2012 Posted by | Thank you to road angels | Leave a comment