Hey everyone, It's been awhile. How are you? After walking about a thousands miles this past summer of the Oregon and western USA coast, I moved down to Los Angeles where I've been working on some big ideas that I believe will have a powerful impact in the lives of others. I have more pilgrimages … Continue reading Walking 19 miles for #WorldKindnessDay
In 2 days I'll arrive in Denver where I am planning all-day walks of the city in the first 10 days of September to raise awareness and funds for nonprofits and ministries that serve the homeless who live in the "Mile High City." I've started reaching out to groups who serve the homeless in Denver to … Continue reading Walking cities across America to #EndPoverty
Greetings from Bandon, Oregon! It has now been 42 days since I began walking south beside the Pacific Ocean and I have covered a distance of 254 miles! A few of the towns I have walked through are Seaside, Cannon Beach, Manzanita, Garibaldi, Tillamook, Lincoln City, Newport, Waldport, Yachats, Florence, Coos Bay and I am now … Continue reading Update from Bandon, Oregon!
When we walk we are undertaking an action which forces us to slow down. Walking, in a sense, is the same as playing music. One does not play music for the purpose of reaching a destination or an ending, but we play music to enjoy each pulsation of sound creating a melody. In the same … Continue reading The Power of Walking
Walking from Yachats to Florence can be difficult, with high elevation gains and not a single store of any kind within 30 miles to get any food or necessities. However, the rewards of the views along the way perpetually filled me with energy, as well as the people I met along these 2 days of … Continue reading VIDEO SLIDESHOW: What you see walking Yachats to Florence, Oregon Coast
I have spent most of my adult life looking for a solution that would end poverty in our world. After graduating high school in 2005 I became gripped by a desire to understand why we live in a world where some of us have far more than we could ever need, while nearly 1 billion … Continue reading Let’s walk together to end poverty
Dylan Raines was interviewed and featured in an article by Nicole J. Phillips who writes a column for The Forum, a newspaper based in Fargo, North Dakota. Click here to read the article at InForum.com.
Sit back, relax, and watch this slideshow from this last week's 100 mile walk from Seattle to Canada for clean water in South Sudan.
It's been a great week of rest and recuperating from last week's 100 mile #WalkForWater from Seattle to Canada. I will continue to walk as we take steps toward reaching our goal of $20,000 to restore 15 water wells in South Sudan through Water is Basic. (Will you help us reach our goal and give … Continue reading April 4, The #WalkForWater Continues…
This is a story written by Aaron Kunkler of the Bothell Reporter about Dylan Raines' 100 mile #WalkForWater from Seattle to Canada to raise awareness and funds for clean water in South Sudan. Walking is a way of life for one Bothell man who spent the better part of last week walking some 100 miles … Continue reading Bothell Reporter: Blind Bothell man walks to Canada for water, awareness