List of People Who Have Walked Across The United States

List Of People Who Have Walked Across The United States

Walking or running across the United States has long been a challenge, especially to bring publicity to some social cause.

Read more about List Of People Who Have Walked Across The United States:  Mark Allison (Run Geordie Run), Mark Baumer, Jon Beeby, Greg Benner, Alan L. Bounville, Mycle Brandy, Joseph Casamassima, Daniel Brooks Chapin, Jared Michael Choate, Geo. Tyler Coulson and His Dog, Mabel, Justin Cousart and Mike Molloy, Nate Damm, James DiGiovanni, Nick Della Valle, Helga Estby, Rory Fanning, Louis Michael Figueroa, Stephan Foust, Steve Fugate, Phil Goddard, A.J. Goodrich and Mark Metivier, Matt Green, Matt Gregory, Doris Haddock, Rick Hammersley, Elena J. Hanuse, Steven Hawke, Arthur Hitchcock, Stephen Homsey, Steps For MS, Thomas Hooker, Aaron Huey, Greg Insco, Peter Jenkins, Ron Kessler, Eric M. Latham, Polly Letofsky, Steffen Hem Lian, George Martin, Matt Mattingly, Margie McCauley, Brandon Mitchell and Nick Gaeto, Dr. Barbara Moore, Jack Morris, Jerry Nelson, Richard H. Noble, Jesper Olsen, Dale James Outhouse, Peace Pilgrim, Marcia and Ken Powers, Chris Praetzel, Jeffrey Grabosky, John M. Pyle, Leo Schreven, Kait and John Seyal With Dogs Grace, Max, and Jenny #9, Al Slusser, Jonathon Stalls, Björn Suneson, Rosie Swale-Pope, Tamar and Jakob Teitelbaum, Michael Tittinger, Steve Vaught, Katie Visco, Kelly Wells and Her Dog, Anna, Bob Wieland, John Wingate, With Lory Wingate, Lory Mitchell Wingate, With John Wingate, Blake Wink, Dan Petracca, Sara Klem, Dean Karnazes, Currently Walking Across The US, In Popular Culture, See Also

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