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
Added: March 8, 2012
Submitted by Name: Anthony Beairsto From: Worcester Mass E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hawk! It's been a long time. We new each other in Prague, Czech Rep back in the early 90's. I was your American bartender at the Sports Bar Prague. I was the one with long hair. I have a great photo of us behind the bar and I would like to get it to you. I hope you are well my friend, I think of you every now and then and it does my soul good to know you made it through your journey! Best regards!
Added: February 24, 2012
Submitted by Name: Hal McGlathery From: Spokane, WA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I managed the Expo 74 World's Fair site, Riverfront Park for the City of Spokane. You walked into Spokane, did interviews and visited Riverfront Park. You had some difficulty making arrangements to stay in local churches, so I invited you to stay with my family: wife Dawn, son Kraig, 13, and daughter, Traci, 9. You were quite the hit with our children, and you gave them your winter sleeping bag. I hope you have ended your walk in great shape and good health. Kraig is now 42, and a Det. Sgt. in charge of homicide for the Portland Police Bureau in Oregon; and Traci is 39 and the Community Relations Manager for the Spokane Teachers Credit Union. Dawn and I are divorced and both retired. I remarried in 1997 to Marilyn. Congratulations to you for following and completing your dream. Hal McGlathery
Added: February 20, 2012
Submitted by Name: Hawk Mc ginnis From: Houston,Tx. E-mail: Contact
Comments: This is an Email from the owner of this Website
On 11/18/2011 I received a very interesting email that expressed a very subjective opinon.
It has been deleted and copied. You can view it by going to the menu and clicking on "Eyes Of The Hawk". Then in the right hand corner click on "Meditations". Go to an article titled "Perceptions And Reality"
Added: November 21, 2011
Submitted by Name: shakti From: canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Dear Hawk we met in Kathmandu ten years ago. Hope you are well..
Added: October 16, 2011
Submitted by Name: JR From: Germany E-mail: Contact
Comments: Dear Hawk,
in one way or another, you will always be in step with your dream. We met in Hong Kong, years ago.
Added: October 5, 2011
Submitted by Name: Robert (Dusty) Rhodes From: Sacramento Ca E-mail: Contact
Comments: I met you when I was 15 years old and worked as a handy Man at the Bar W guest Ranch in Las Vegas Nevada. What a place and time for a young man. I believe the owner of theat place was Brian Foy the oldest son of Eddie Foy. After leaving there I traveled in all the western states working in the fields with migrant workers. They called us Okies in those days. Joined the USAF at 18th and traveled the world. Married a French girl and speak the language. Still go there every year. I remember you siting around the Bar telling stories. Good luck