Saturday, April 11, 2015

J is for journey

Today, I am joining the walk for a nuclear free future. I will walk with the group from Buffalo to the Seneca Nation of Indians' Cattaraugus territory. It is a distance of 71 miles. We will arrive at our destination on Wednesday. Many of the walkers will take a train to Albany on Thursday, but I will go home. Their goal is to arrive in New York City in time for the United Nations' discussion of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.

I am happy to have the opportunity to do the "Buffalo" portion of the walk. It should be an interesting experience. Since I am going "low-tech," I will have nothing but a journal and camera with which to record my adventure. No computer. Therefore, I will be offline until Thursday, when I will start to catch up with my blogging. At that point, I will begin to share stories and pictures of the 71 mile walk.

Thank you for reading my stories and I will see you all when I come back home!


emilia.m said...

love the low tech thing, that's me most of the days when I'm travelling :D :D I mean I have my cellphone just for emergencies :D

Anonymous said...

Good luck, Alice. A noble cause, indeed. the low-tech version is the best - I think you can record so much more with your eyes and thoughts and your camera and journal should help you capture the moments beautifully.

Moonie said...

hope the walk goes well!
Happy A to Z

Donna Davis said...

Wow Alice, you go girl! How wonderful. Can't wait to hear all about it!!