Submitted by Name: Lenny Castiglione From: Houston E-mail: Contact
Comments: Mr hawk We had the pleasure of meeting you this past weekend at the fiesta grocery. We gave you a ride to your home and wow it was a long way for you to walk with a cane. We would like to offer to take you to the grocery store on the weekend when we can. Lets exchange phone numbers so we can help out and get to hear more of your story.
Lenny and Hande Castiglione
Added: April 21, 2013
Submitted by Name: Shawn Persinger From: New Haven, CT E-mail: Contact
Comments: We met in Hong Kong in 2000. I'm giving a presentation on World travel for a High School this Friday. Preparing for my lecture I thought fondly of you. We played Scrabble. Thanks for being such an inspiration.
Added: April 8, 2013
Submitted by Name: Silvia Mauricio From: Houston, Tx E-mail: Contact
Comments: We met after the St. Patrick's Day parade. I shared the story with my son whose in the Marines. He said, "that's cool." I shared your card with him as well. My boys were very interested in knowing about your journey. God bless you. "Fair winds and following seas"
Added: March 17, 2013
Submitted by Name: IB McGinnis From: West Virginia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Howdy! We have never met, but I am a fellow long distance hiker and a fellow McG. I have traveled extensively over the past 15 years and walked many a mile along trail and roadside. Ahoy! -I
Added: February 1, 2013
Submitted by Name: Mitchell and Allison From: Houston
Comments: Hey Harry! My husband Mitchell and I met you in Houston at the hostel, we had a little baby girl with us and we were living there. We came to see you at the YMCA. I just looked you up to see if you are still going strong on your walk! Glad to see yer still kickin! We think about you a lot! Blessings to you! keep doin what you're doin and have fun! *Mitchell and Allison
Added: January 9, 2013
Submitted by Name: George Pease From: Chester, Maryland E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hawk, I met you at a Roy Rogers restaurant on RT.50 outside the city of Annapolis. We talked for a while and you told me about your walk, and I shared some of my experiences on hiking the Applachian Trail with my daughter. I referred you to my wife's principal in Annapolis because she might be able to get you a night's accomodation in her church in Eastport. You mentioned about checking out the Annapolis paper as a verification for hiking in MD. This meeting was in the mid-1980's, and you still had not hiked Alaska or Hawaii. I guess you "bagged" them later, as well as many other places. My daughter plans to hike the Camino in Spain this next year or so. Wish I could too, but I think my long distance hiking days are over. I have thought about you over the years, but I only looked you up on my I Phone the other day when I was relating my story of meeting you to a friend. Congrats on a great journey.
Added: November 2, 2012
Submitted by Name: Peter Jess From: Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: We met in Kathmandu some 10+ years ago and as I was recently there again you came to mind and I refound your website. I am abit of a traveller but I take my hat off to you. An INSPIRATION! to say the least. You enjoy putting your feet up! Best Regards Peter
Added: August 13, 2012
Submitted by Name: ed ellis From: North Carolina E-mail: Contact
Comments: what happened? you disappeared from my contacts. get back in touch.
Added: May 22, 2012
Submitted by Name: Mark Benveniste From: Houston TX E-mail: Contact
Comments: Met you in the VA Houston cafeteria. You are a great inspiration. I look forward to exploring your journey via the website
Added: May 17, 2012
Submitted by Name: Russell Ziemba From: Troy, NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hey Hawk, I just found out about you today. I walk about 20 miles a week or about 1000 miles a year. I've been doing this since the 1960's so I'm on my second trip around the world in a manner of speaking.
As you might have noticed, I'm from Troy, New York. I read that you lived here when you were a teenager and later performed here. I'm very curious about your recollections of Troy, as I am a historic preservationist.
I hope you are well and thanks for the inspiration. Please contact me if you have the chance. Russell