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Start breaking in your walking shoes …

Tolt Pipeline Trail, The Long Walk, 2011 Stock up on moleskin and start breaking in your walking shoes, The Long Walk is ON – July 26th-29th! Once again I will lead 50 trail trampers on a 4-day, 45-mile pedestrian adventure through the cities, suburbs, farmlands, and forests of King County using the Regional Trails System. […]

Are you doin’ some stuff?

Thanks to loads of amazing support my US Artist Projects campaign was a great success! I had the chance to look through the hours and hours of beautifully shot footage while I was at a Vermont Studio Center residency supported by a Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship. I’ll begin the editing process in April. Look for […]

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Support the Slow Movement Movement

http://www.unitedstatesartists.org/project/are_you_doin_some_stuff_a_journey_into_the_slow_movement_movement

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Walk Work

The Long Walk was an amazing success. Comments from participants were along the lines of,  “I feel changed by the project” to “The Long Walk  was one of the most important things I have done.” (super blush!) Much more then the sum of its parts TLW was part think tank, community building, art camp, trail […]

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Party With The Long Walkers

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A Different Kind of Art Walk

http://www.cityartsonline.com/issues/seattle/2011/07/different-kind-art-walk by JONATHAN ZWICKEL —  June 22, 2011 Adventure is where you find it. Like in, say, Bothell. “Remember when you were a kid, and you could disappear into the woods behind your backyard and find adventure?” says Seattle artist Susan Robb. “The Long Walk is like that. It reminds you there’s adventure anywhere you are.” […]

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The Long Walk, 2011

It’s Back! For the second year in a row, a group of fifty trail trampers and myself will walk the Regional Trails System (RTS) over the course of four days – July 28th through 31st – from Puget Sound to Snoqualmie Falls. Along the route we will experience the landscape of King County in a unique way, […]

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