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Innocence March Day 52

The last big mile day (and also Justin’s birthday) – June 17, 2013 – was spent walking from Davis to Sacramento.  I can’t even begin to describe the emotions felt when catching that first glimpse of Sacramento.  We have been dreaming of this...

Innnocence March Day 51

On June 16, 2013, we were joined by Nicaragua exoneree – Jason Puracal – and his family as well as other CIP supporters.  The group walked over 20 miles from Vacaville to Davis in the blistering heat, through farmlands and on dirt paths, with hardly any...

Innocence March Day 49

The June 14, 2013 afternoon walk from Fairfield to Vacaville was really, really hot.  We made it about ten miles before we stumbled upon a watering hole called “The Cabin” and had to make a stop.  Because we only have 34 miles left to go before Thursday,...

Innocence March Day 48

On June 13, 2013, Attorney Lindsay Herf from the Arizona Justice Project (and former CIP student 2006-2007) joined the cause as did Toni Blake and intern Travis.  We walked from Cordelia to Fairfield.  It was our first afternoon walk and it was HOT.  Good thing we...

Innocence March Day 47

On June 12, 2013, we walked from Lafayette to Cordelia.  Who knew the Benicia Bridge would have a bike path the entire way?!?!?!?  It was a great discovery.  Justin carried a tire hub for a good portion of the walk until he found a dumpster.  There is street cleaning...

Innocence March Day 45

On June 10, 2013, we walked from Fremont to San Leandro.  The walk weaved us through the marshland on the north side of Dumbarton Bridge and then largely through civilization until we ended in a local neighborhood.              ...

Innocence March Day 43

Day 43 of the Innocence March took us down the mountains in Palo Alto, past Facebook headquarters, across the Dumbarton Bridge, and into Fremont.  We were so happy to be joined by Northern California Innocence Project attorneys who held a fundraising event later that...

Innocence March Day 42

The winding roads from Tin Can Ranch down into Palo Alto were spectacular.  Despite being in the mountains most of the way, it was hot.  And, it was the first day that Justin & Mike starting wearing feathers in their hats…          ...