A walk across the USA...

Walk Complete – now what?

Posted: February 17th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: General | 2 Comments »

a crowd of incredible family members, host families, Kiva staff and supporters join us at the coast!


(If your visiting this site for the first time, please scroll below or use the ‘Post History’ bar on the right to follow all 290 + posts, videos and pictures of our on-foot journey across the USA)

I completed the cross-country walk on November 13th, 2010 in San Francisco, CA after starting in Lewes, DE on March 1st of 2010. This 8.5 month / 3,030 mile on-foot trek has forever shaped my life. Moving 3MPH across the USA ignited a profound trust in the goodness of strangers, the open road and the beautiful unknown. I’m so thankful to everyone who made this journey possible. 

Kiva Walk will continue to evolve as a unique community of walkers investing in borrowers and passionate Kiva.org enthusiasts from all over the world.  I (Jonathon Stalls) am now working full-time developing a Colorado based social enterprise called  Walk2Connect.  Walk2Connect is dedicated to taking individuals and groups on single and multi-day walking trips, instilling on-foot personal / communal connection and supporting improved walkability throughout our neighborhoods.  Please visit the Walk2Connect website to learn more; however, do take a minute to scroll below or navigate the 200 + collection of photos and videos documenting our incredible journey!

Kiva Walk will also act as a support base for others interested in walking as a tool to generate support for Kiva’s continued impact across the globe.  Please contact me directly for more information: jonathon@walk2connect.com

Enjoy the site!

Cheers for now,

Jonathon & Kanoa

2 Comments on “Walk Complete – now what?”

  1. 1 Asha said at 8:34 am on February 17th, 2011:

    Great to hear from you again! All the very best!

  2. 2 Benito Horton said at 8:26 pm on June 6th, 2013:

    The road I walk to the office, just outside the downtown core. Main roads are paved; most others not.

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