Monthly Archives: June 2010

Route Schedule

This took me much longer than I had expected but towns don’t always exist where it would be convenient for them to exist. I have already started looking for places to stay in these towns but haven’t found any yet … Continue reading

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I love the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank (and Maura Rodgers)

Things are really getting exciting now. I just got off the phone with Maura Rodgers from the Food Bank and now I can’t stop smiling. She basically told me that the Food Bank is going to do everything it can … Continue reading

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Instructions for Online and Check Donations to Project H.O.M.E.

Here are the steps for online donations: 1. Go to projecthome.org 2. Click on the “Donate or Volunteer” link on the left hand side. 3. Click on the “Make a secure online donation” link 4. You’ll need to supply your … Continue reading

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Things Are Rolling Along

My 1st goal for today was to get everything set up and squared away with the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank and Project H.O.M.E. to start accepting donations for my walk. The nice thing about these two organizations is that you … Continue reading

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Good News

I found out from Penn DOT today that most of the route I want to take has been approved, and that I don’t have to contact and enter into a contract with each individual municipality I’ll be walking through. They … Continue reading

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Route

This is the route I would like to take – courtesy Google Maps. Pittsburgh, PA 1. Head northeast on Grant St toward 6th Ave 0.3 mi 2. Turn left at 11th St 0.1 mi 3. Turn right at Smallman St 1.6 mi 4. … Continue reading

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Progress Report

I’ve working at my local YMCA’s summer camp this week, and will most of next week too even though I decided not to work there again this summer so as I could put together this walk (they needed people to … Continue reading

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