Friday, August 22, 2008

Northern Walk - Twelfth Week (In Review)

Originally written August 12th, 2008

The Walkers are presently situated at the border of Washington, D.C., inside of three miles from the endpoint of their pilgrimage, the Shrine of the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. They have redoubled their efforts to keep their focus pure and integral this close to the end despite a gradual shift in perspective over the last two weeks, as the Walkers make individual preparations for life after the Walk.

Also, the Walkers have had the chance to meet and "slap hands" with their separated brethren from the Central and Southern Walks who have been conducting their own parallel walks from Coast to Capital over the summer. For their part, the Northern Walk looks forward to the different perspectives (and possible scarring) which the other Walks may have to offer.

Continue to remember the Walkers as they cross the threshold of the Shrine's doors...

Fearless and Intrepid Leader, Northern Walk



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