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My NEXT virtual walk...

Monday, October 14, 2013

My first walk was to Subiaco Abbey in Arkansas (207 miles).
My NEXT walk will be to Fallingwater, WV (796 miles).
My daughter, who lives in Maine is also going to do the walk with me. We have decided to walk and bicycle during this trek. Then, when we complete the mileage, we plan to meet at Fallingwater for a sunset tour of the house. We will get to see the house by daylight, and when the sun goes down, we will also get to see it all lit up as well as having hors d'oeuvres on a terrace with our guide. I am so excited about this tour!

If you are not familiar with Fallingwater, the house that Frank Lloyd Wright designed, then let me show you a picture of it. I don't know who took this picture, but I sure do like it.

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  • MAWMAW101
    Well Miss Happydoes you are starting a movement here! Let's do this!
    1649 days ago
    Dawn, I want to walk too. I am 444 miles away. Maybe you can stop in Cincinnati, OH on your way... emoticon Tell us how we do this virtual walk with you. Maybe you can get a whole group waling with you. emoticon
    1650 days ago
    Wow I really like that idea of yours, it sounds really motivational.
    1650 days ago
  • MAWMAW101
    My daughter and I love this idea so much that we are also doing the walk!
    What a great idea to actually visit the places of the virtual walks.
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    1650 days ago
  • KAB7801
    I'm interested also! The house is beautiful!
    1650 days ago
    Me too! Maybe you could post a blog about how you do it? emoticon

    I love the picture of the house. How lucky for you to get a chance to tour it with your daughter.
    1650 days ago
    I am interested in learning about how you go about choosing and tracking for a virtual walk. the idea of touring your final destination is an enticing reward.
    1650 days ago
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