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The End of the Walk Contest

Sometime today (maybe by the time you read this post), I'll walk up to milepost 444 on the Natchez Trace and end my 444-mile trek from Natchez, Mississippi. I don't know how I'm going to feel, but I'm sure I'll be crying.

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The Road to Somewhere

When I encouraged people to come and walk part of the Natchez Trace with me, I really didn't think anyone would. My offer was sincere, but it was also my warped sense of Southern hospitality. I mean, I couldn't very well throw myself a masochistic party and not invite people to come.

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I Am the Biggest Liar

MTM asked me a question. "What's the biggest lie in To Live Forever, Andra?"

Well............

Other than that it's a work of fiction?

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The Demon on Their Shoulder

Meriwether Lewis was far more human than the comic-book history hero depicted in the grade school textbooks.

Imagine his emotion having led his crew of 30-some tough men to drag and row their crafts upstream for over a thousand miles, only to be faced not with the gentle crest of a continental divide, but the vertical wall of the Rocky Mountains.

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To Live Forever Reader Question Eight

Apologies for the second post for today, but last night's updates fell into a cell-hole.

Keep those questions coming, and I'll keep answering them!

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