Gravel Road to Flint

I woke up and packed by 9:00 a.m. to start my walk down Brushy Fork Road. Vorley Taylor, another United Way Board Member, volunteered to drive the sag wagon for the day. Along the way we stopped to visit our good friends Tim and Deb Luckeydoo. Tim has lived in the neighborhood his whole life and formerly worked in the Sheriff’s office. Tim always has stories to share about Licking County. It was good to be able to chat with them along the way.

I continued my walk which took me on Mulberry Road. A dirt and gravel road with lots of steep hills. I walked until I reached the corner of Flint Ridge and Mulberry where I was greeted by Sheena Staley one of our United Way staff members. Her family owned the land there and was gracious enough to let me camp out there for the night. Thanks Sheena and family!

When I arrive Sheena had the fire going and had cleaned out a spot for my tent. We enjoyed the evening fire before hitting the tent around 9:00 p.m.

Continue to follow Deb on the 50 the United Way journey. To donate toward 50 the United Way go to

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