Katherine is walking for ITNAmerica, to bring dignified transportation for seniors to every community in America! Read about Katherine’s 2010 Walk for Rides.
I am leaving in a little while for the 24 Hour Walk for Rides. Send me messages if you are walking, too. My wonderful staff is going to give me a Twitter lesson later so I can send messages as I go. I’ll meet you in the air up there, wherever these communications float… Image Read more about Katherine’s Walk: Day 26, June 18[…]
This was my last training walk and I am glad Dougie could join me. He’s been sidelined with an injury, but he will be back to walk with me again on Friday, June 18, for my 24 Hour Walk for Rides. We did an easy walk part way around Baxter Boulevard, but the Celtics were Read more about Katherine’s Walk: Day 25, June 15[…]
After walking with Senator Susan Collins on Capitol Hill, I took the night train back to Hartford, Connecticut, where I left my car, and drove back to my mother’s place to spend the night. The next day, I drove to Cambridge, Massachusetts, where I walked along the Charles River with Andrew Wolk, of Root Cause. Read more about Katherine’s Walk: Day 24, June 9[…]
I caught a late train to Washington and arrived at the Hart Senate Office Building at 10:30am for my walk with Senator Susan Collins. Senator Collins has supported dignified senior transportation for more than a decade, first through the years of sustainable ITN model development in Greater Portland, then through the planning of the national Read more about Katherine’s Walk: Day 23, June 8[…]
I got up at 4am, left my car at the Hartford Amtrak station and took an early morning train to New York City to meet Dr. Robert Butler at 5:20 in the afternoon at the International Longevity Center on 86th Street. With a whole day to walk in a beautiful city, I decided to walk Read more about Katherine’s Walk: Day 22, June 7[…]
My folks moved to Connecticut this year and decided to stop driving at the same time, for safety reasons. But that doesn’t mean my 85 year old mother, Betty Abrams, sits home, or that she is not fit. She walks practically every day, a 1.25 miles loop through the grounds at MacLean in Simsbury, or, Read more about Katherine’s Walk: Days 20-21, June 5 & 6[…]
It’s been awhile. I’ve been walking; I just haven’t been blogging. I would estimate the miles I have walked since I last logged in at about 12. Not great, but better than nothing. Two complete Baxter Boulevard laps on two different days, and several one mile walks with a few different people. Last week I Read more about Katherine’s Walk: Days 15+ in May[…]