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The Journey averaged between 50 and 90 miles per day. Participants carried a staff over the miles by walking, running, or cycling. Participant numbers would wane and grow. At one point there were only four to five and at other times, up to 40 participants.
Stopping at each of the major seven stopping places cited in the migration story, the Journey carried a message of concern for the well being of Mother Earth and especially for Earth’s water.