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  1. Annie Long
    November 30, 2020 @ 5:03 pm

    Ah, this is really good to know. It was quite an effort–so I’m pleased to know that the result is being appreciated! All the challenges and obstacles at the computer pale in comparison to the trail experiences!
    I’d love to read more about the day-to-day hiking, with those details and adventures that don’t fit in the trail descriptions in the books. I just re-read The Salt Path by Raynor Winn about her extreme walk and wild camping with her husband along the South West Coast Path, from Somerset to Dorset, via Devon and Cornwall. Fascinating and inspiring–she has a slight mentions the Appalachian and the PCT trails in her narrative.

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  2. Five Hikes for Hope Near Birmingham, Alabama – AdventureKEEN
    June 4, 2021 @ 5:32 am

    […] suicide prevention because we believe that spending time outdoors can be a healing activity. We interviewed AFSP board member Amber Henderson earlier this week to learn more about the foundation and its programs. If you’re looking for a […]

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  3. Annie Long
    August 5, 2021 @ 6:54 pm

    This is a good example of enlightened self-interest. The interconnected web of life is repeated in the web of business. Are there any plans to organize for individuals to make donations?

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    • AdventureKEEN
      August 6, 2021 @ 2:25 pm

      It is a wonderful reflection of our interconnected web of life isn’t it? BINC has a place for one-time donations and more, which can be found at https://www.bincfoundation.org/donate/ It also seems that the low-cost of admission with tickets starting at $5 was aimed at giving individuals a chance to contribute to the cause. Thanks so much for reading!

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  4. Annie Long
    February 4, 2022 @ 2:19 pm

    I am so impressed by you, Bob! It is an auspicious and felicitous combination of talents and skills you have. I am greatly honored by my association with your publishing work. I only wish I’d had the opportunity to paddle along with you. Reading about your adventures, observations, and escapades is not bad consolation for missing out on the real life on a river with you. Your voice and point of view have left an indelible mark, on me and so many others, as well as on the landscape we call home. Well done, sir!

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