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Day #177 – Veterans Meeting in Gallup, New Mexico

Day #177 – Veterans Meeting in Gallup, New Mexico

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Arriving at the Veterans Meeting, we met David Cuellar, who had invited us and bought us breakfast. Pastor Chick spoke and David and the group appreciated what he said.

He also was given a sticker to put on his vehicles “I Served Vietnam”.

Day #177 – Early Morning Snow Pics in Gallup, New Mexico

Day #177 – Early Morning Snow Pics in Gallup, New Mexico

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We woke up to find several inches of snow on the ground this morning. We did not find any ice, so decided it was probably walk-able and drive-able. So, we proceeded to the site to begin the walk for the day.

Day #176 – Walking to Edge of Gallup, New Mexico

Day #176 – Walking to Edge of Gallup, New Mexico

Day #176 – Scenery en route to Gallup, New Mexico

Day #176 – Scenery en route to Gallup, New Mexico

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Day #176 – People interested in walk on the way to Gallup, New Mexico

Day #176 – People interested in walk on the way to Gallup, New Mexico

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Cross-Country Flagman met a group of people from Kansas, whose car had broken down. They took cards to look up more information about this walk.

Curly is a veteran one year younger than Pastor Chick. He was glad to hear about the walk.

Leeah Edwards drove up and asked if she could take pictures to put on her blog!

During lunch, we met the Williams family. They saw the shirt with “WalkingCoast2Coast.com on it and asked what that meant. After learning about this walk, they wished us safety, saying “God bless you!”

While I did some shopping at Walmart, Cross-Country Flagman sat down to rest and met Blake, who is about the same age, who also took some interest in the walk.

Day #175 Flag Repair

Day #175 Flag Repair

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Today, as the wind velocity increased later in the day, Freedom Walker inspected the flag and found that it needed some repair.

After his walking was completed, we drove to Navajo Spirit Fashion House who also does alterations.

We met the owner Carl, seamstress Elizabeth, and receptionist Cami, all who were interested in and appreciated our walk.

They did a great job repairing the flag, and also did some other alteration work for a discounted price.

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