The more time that passes since the Epic Journey across America, the clearer one reality becomes. The effort was about “we,” not me.
There was so much help, some we knew about and most likely much, that most of us did not know existed.
The journey was on foot for 2,594 miles and in the passenger seat of a car for 458 miles.
“Although there are many paths up the mountain, one small step is the only way to begin the climb. And always remember you are not alone and there will be help along the way.”
The quote above was posted to my Facebook page, long ago, by Marcia Bobo, with the picture below, accompanying it.