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|Day 1 - On the road from Pala on Highway 76 to San Luis Rey Mission. Robertjohn (red shirt) and Cubby Lavato (green shirt far right).|
|Dau 1 - Robertjohn (near) and Cubby Lovato (far) carry the Unification Staffs down Hwy 76 to San Luis Rey Mission.|
|Gayle Anne Kelley, SOS Coordinator
Her walking never stops, even when the walkers are sleeping Gayle finds the energy to keep things moving. She is our primary contact for organizing the logistics needed.
|Costonan Ohlone Rumison (Chino Band) Flag
This is one of the tribal flags (not an SOS flag) traveling with the walkers. Someday, there may be a place where all 120 California Tribes could fly their flags as the "United Nations of California Tribes."
|A documentary film crew is following the walkers, and in a way they are
walking (and many times running). Here, Peter stands on a ridge before
the Sunrise. We are glad they have joined us in our journey.
He and his partner are the "hunters" trying to catch the perfect shot,
the perfect story. Everyplace we have gone, permission has been asked to
videotape and that permission has been granted in all places. This
is truly "the time". As Robertjohn said, "We offer ourselves in this
way, our images to be taken so that we may be seen. The whole world will
be watching us, so we must proceed in a good way."
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|Day 1 - Preparing for the first steps of the walk, Steve Cesina (left) and Charles P. White (right) tie the flag to a mast.|
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