One woman. One horse. One goal: 48 states for Domestic Violence Awareness

Check back often for the latest updates and stories from Meredith and Apollo as they journey 10,000 miles on a four year ride around the USA.






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How You Can Help

This ride requires more than money to succeed.   It requires you!
 

Host Meredith and Apollo for a night

Four years on the road means about 1,400 nights of needing a safe place to rest.  Meredith and Apollo will be carrying their own camping gear and food, so if all you can offer is a patch of ground, email us an invitation!  Don't live near the route (or live in a 3rd story apartment where Apollo can't fit)? Please help us network by directing your friends to email us!
 

Donate money

 This is no glamping trip, but living frugally is still not free.  Please consider donating to my ride on my GoFundMe page.
 

Business sponsorship

 
If you are a business owner, consider donating supplies, services or money to become a business sponsor!  There is no minimum donation.  All business sponsors will be listed on this website.    Contact me if you are interested or would like more information.

 






This epic journey will succeed with your help.  Thank you!

4 comments:

  1. Great slogan, super cause, all the best for you, Apollo and all of us that are riding with you in spirit.

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  2. Wow!! Good luck and best wishes. Hope you manage to keep a good record of the journey. And please keep a list of things you started off thinking were essential/needed but after weeks or months you decide you can actually do without; and one day share it. I had to cut right down and when I could have added stuff again I absolutely didnt. But I was not doing anything too tough. Go safely. Peace
    William and Strider

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  3. Hi my name is Angela and I'm planning a similar ride. Except I'm starting from East coast and doing a ocean to ocean to ocean trek. Lol I'm a bit chicken I'm going to use a pack horse.
    I'm starting my ride in October 2017. The reason I started this comment is to give you a name of a gentleman that might be able to help with your trek. Val Geissler (307) 587-4412. He is a cowboy gentleman in Wyoming that has a lot of contacts.

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    1. Good luck with that Angela, and be sure to keep me posted on your progress! Maybe we'll cross paths some time, that would be fun :)

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