Walking Faithfully

Rob Hausam's blog about walking and other means of wilderness travel, the environment, faith, and the connections between them

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TGO Challenge Day -4

May 12th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Sunday morning I took the train to Reading where I met up with Graeme Powell and his family and went with them to the worship service at their church – Carey Baptist. I have photos that Graeme wants me to get to Pastor Steve. Meeting Graeme’s family was lovely – his wife, Caroline, and children […]

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TGO Challenge Days -6 and -5

May 12th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

These posts will by necessity be “succinct”. I spent most of Day -6 (Thursday) in NYC. I did get to see Aunt Mary, who is doing fairly well under the circumstances – in the nursing home. Her 92’nd birthday was two days ago – May 10th! I didn’t get to buy the camera I was […]

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TGO Challenge Day -7: Louisville to New York City

May 4th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

I’m counting yesterday as the first official day of my TGO Challenge trip.  I spent earlier this week in Louisville, having a very nice visit with my daughter, Ann, son-in-law, Luke, and grandsons Ian and Elliott.  Yesterday is “officially” the start of the Challenge trip, because Louisville to NYC is the first flight leg on […]

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Now It’s Really Time!

February 18th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

The new Scottish Hill Tracks arrived yesterday, so now it really is time to get the planning done!  The folks at the Scottish Rights of Way & Access Society were very helpful in getting the book posted and on its way.  I now officially have 11 days left to turn in my route, but it would be […]

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Time to Plan a Route!

February 7th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

On Sunday John Manning sent a reminder email (in case anyone had actually forgotten!) that the TGO Challenge routes are due to be turned in by Feb. 29 at the latest – less than 4 weeks away!  I waited until we were back from our travel to Missouri and my return from the HL7 meeting […]

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Happy New Year!

January 1st, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

This is just a quick note to wish everyone a happy New Year – hopefully including lot’s of walking and other outdoor activities!  I’m making a little progress on my walking plans, but I still have much more to do. I need to finish planning and submitting my TGO Challenge route within the next 30 […]

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More TGO Challenge Info

November 20th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized

While I’m waiting to get some of my 2007 Challenge account written and posted, I thought I would add links to some interviews and podcasts with info on my 2007 trip which were done by Andy Howell and Bob Cartwright at backpackinglight.co.uk and The Outdoors Station and Ken Knight at backpackinglight.com.  The Outdoors Station TGO Challenge 2007 Part […]

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Yes, I’m In!!!

November 19th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized

It’s official!  I’ve been successful in the draw and have secured a place on the 2012 TGO Challenge!  Actually, I’ve known that for a little over a week now, but today (18th) is the day that the folks in the UK have begun receiving their letters saying yea or nay and now it’s OK to […]

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Blogging Faithfully? – Not!

April 8th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Uncategorized

I certainly haven’t been lately!  All I can say is that things have been pretty busy.  But I really want to do this and keep up with it on a regular basis.  So I will keep going, and I do have some other things that I want to say, which should be coming soon.  Thanks […]

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Time for a New Post – with Musings on the Weather, Global Warming and Geologic History

February 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted anything, and I need to do something about that.  After all, now that I have a blog I do have some responsibility to my readers (I do have at least two that I know of–thanks, John and Darren!).  A little over two weeks ago I traveled to […]

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