My fellow Patriot, friend and support driver, Tom (lovingly dubbed “Mr. T” by my moderators), Abby (my faithful dog and beloved mascot to my subscribers) and I arrived via my 1967 Beechwood RV (aka The Wolf Den) at the Capitol Building in Carson City, NV early this morning. After putting on my walking gear, I enthusiastically took my first step of the Grey Wolf Walk Across America for Freedom at 8am PT. I felt a lot of emotions: excitement, anticipation, hope, anxiety and yes, even a little bit of fear.
My biggest fear about beginning this walk was that nobody would show up to walk with me and I would start out all alone. That is, in fact, what happened. Although I have lots of supporters who wanted to be there to walk with me, logistically, they weren’t able to physically be there with me. That’s ok because I can feel all of them – all of YOU – walking by my side. I even had someone in my chat today say that he felt encouraged to walk 3 miles today in honor of what I’m doing. Is that inspiration, or what? Start walking where you live and if you can, join me at some point so we can walk together side by side for our freedom!
Someone reminded me about a time when I was in the Convoy and there was one, lone Patriot standing on an overpass lovingly holding his American Flag and waving to show his support. She said that that one, single Patriot spoke louder to her than an overpass full of supporters. Why? Because that one person had the courage to stand alone on the overpass to show support. He didn’t need to be a part of a group which, let’s face it, it’s a hell of a lot easier to stand in a crowd than it is to stand alone in something you believe in. Stand for what you know is right! That helped me to not feel so alone when I started walking today. I know my voice will be heard by many along this journey as I share and educate people about what our country and our Constitution means to me. It is my hope that these people will then share this message with everyone they know and they’ll get off the couch and join me on this walk.
The biggest highlight of my day today was when I saw an American flag along the side of the road. I rescued that American flag and I humbly continued to carry it during my walk today. This was very symbolic to me – rescuing our flag as I’m walking across this great country of ours trying to wake people up so they can help to “rescue” our country from all of the corruption happening, which includes the loss of our God-given liberties.
What are you going to do to help save us and our country? What do you want for your children and grandchildren? Think about it. How can you help? Join me! Walk for a Mile or Walk for a While.
—I lovingly dedicate this first day of the Grey Wolf Walk Across America for Freedom to the memory of Robert “Bubba” Clark. I love and miss you, brother!