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The Last 10 Miles of My Journey on the Trail of Tears
On the morning of April 20th, we measured off the last ten “make-up” miles and Kristal dropped me on Highway 62, five miles east of Tahlequah...
823 Miles Done on my Trail of Tears Journey (10 to go!)
Having been on the trail for nearly three months and 700 plus miles, I gave myself a few days to rest in southwest Missouri...
700 Miles Along the Trail of Tears
The days surrounding my walk through Springfield, Missouri were filled with socializing and surprises. At the Marshfield gathering, we finally met a few e-mail friends in person...
600 Miles and Counting on the Trail of Tears
When I made that left turn in St. James, Missouri on the first day of spring I really started walking with some history!...
Four Legged Friends on my Trail of Tears Journey
The Mark Twain National Forest includes 1.5 million acres spread out over 29 counties in southern Missouri...
400 Miles and Counting on Trail of Tears Journey
The Mississippi River was the last of three major river crossings on the Trail of Tears. The Cherokees paid toll ferry operators to get themselves and their wagons across...
Nervous Moments on the Trail of Tears
Standing on the south side of the Ohio River, I thought my Trail of Tears experience in Kentucky was over – but my wife had a surprise for me...
533 Miles to go on my Trail of Tears Journey
As my hiking escort, Ellis, and I pushed northward out of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, my wife got a guided tour of the area...
300 Miles into My Journey on the Trail of Tears
I started the morning of February 11 th in Guthrie, Kentucky – a small town on the Tennessee border...
250 Miles And Counting on the Trail of Tears
By the time you read this, I'll be past the 250 mile mark and 1/3rd of the way through my journey. I couldn't have done it without the support of many people...
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