360 Miles for Every Child
Dylan Raines is walking the 360+ miles of the Oregon Coast from May 1 - May 31 to raise awareness for National Foster Care Month and the need for foster care families in Oregon.
Dylan Raines is an explorer, minister, musician and technology consultant with a heart to see people come together in unity, overcoming our differences which all-too-often divide us, to truly solve problems, meet the needs of the poor and oppressed and set people free from needless suffering. He believes that the true solution for helping one another in life starts with relationship, compassion and genuine connection - seeing our basic humanity in each other and respecting each other with dignity.
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This is where I slept last night… [See video of the Ecola State Park Hiker’s Camp] I tallied it up and I walked 33 miles yesterday, an extra 4 because the trail that goes to the hiker’s camp was impassible due to a fallen tree, so I had to do some backtracking to get to a road“Day 3: 33 Miles of walking, ending with a luxurious private cabin (Photos)”
On November 6, 2018, Oregonians will vote to elect their Governor. I thought it could be helpful to provide a simple list of who’s running and links to their websites and social media presences in order for you to learn more about the candidates for the next Governor of Oregon. The Republican Party primary is“Oregon Candidates for Governor in 2018 Election”
I met a woman today from England who has been traveling all over the USA by greyhound and public transit. She said she absolutely loved Oregon and out of everywhere she had been, this is where she would want to live. Her message: be friendly to others and they will be friendly to you.
“If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” – Meister Eckhart Gratitude empowers us to live with joy and happiness. Gratitude for the air we breath; ;the food we eat; the water we drink. Remember and be mindful of what you are seeing“Gratitude Empowers Joy and Happiness”
He was staggering around the campground scratching his scalp, aimless and with a most worried look on his face. His name was was David and within the first few minutes (sometimes seconds) he would explain to whomever he met that his wife was murdered and his son committed suicide one week later. Those events occurred“Life Gets Better From Here”
On May 1 I will start walking the 360+ miles of the Oregon Coast for the entire month of May. A little over a month ago I decided I wanted to do something to raise awareness for children in need of love and family. I then found out that May is National Foster Care Month“National Foster Care Month Oregon Coast Walk”