Hunger Walk organizers encouraged walkers to make their own route. Inspired, I walked to Walden Pond twice! I walked each time for about seven hours (April 15, 17 miles; April 29, 21 miles). The two jaunts were prayerful mornings of solitude as the photos below show.
The Hunger Walk has very close ties to our home church. Originating from members of our very own Paulist Center, we proudly support Emily's ministry organizing chefs of the Supper Club. For more about our family involvement, see my video story on our fundraising page: 2022 Walk for Hunger Update, together we've raised $1337 dollars. Thanks to everyone's support!
Arlington Meadow 4.15
Trail bordering Arlington Meadows 4.29
Hancock-Clarke House, Lexington 4.29
Me on the Old Reformatory Trail 4.29
Toni Morrison Society's "Bench at the Side of the Road" in Walden Wood
Brister Freeman's Hill 4.29
Walden Pond grounding walk 4.15
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