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Week 10 — Into Arkansas and Oklahoma!

Day 64. Since Thanksgiving Morning 2017, I have walked the equivalent of a trek from home to Paris!!…Paris, Texas, that is. Still, it’s Paris! Bonjour!

Day 66. And now I’ve walked far enough to reach Hammond, Louisiana.

Day 67. I’ve made it to Harlingen TX. That puts me 20% of the distance I’ll need during this yearlong journey to reach my destination of Columbus Circle NYC in time for the 2018 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Day 68. I’ve walked far enough to make it into Oklahoma!—Idabel.

Day 69. And I’ve also walked far enough to make it into Arkansas!—Hope.

Day 70. I close out my 10th week of this year’s walk in Calera, Oklahoma.

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Written by macheide

23 November 2017 at 7:27 am

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  1. I’m going to begin keeping my Fitbit charger in the car. It’s so natural a place to keep it, I don’t know why it never occurred to me before. Like yeah, sure, my Fitbit’s nag feature has this penchant for encouraging me to go for a walk when we’re cruising down the highway at 60mph. But seriously, that’s the best time to be giving its battery a boost instead.
     

    If I go enough days without driving or riding, I’ll know where to find it . . . and then will just need to remember to put it back!

    macheide

    23 November 2017 at 9:10 am


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