Media Page


Studio Interview on WMDT, ABC 47 in Salisbury, MD (5/3/12)

Report on WBOY, NBC 12 in Clarksburg, WV (3/26/12)

Report on WEHT, ABC 7 in Evansville, IN (1/22/12)

Report on KKCO, NBC 11 in Grand Junction, CO (8/23/11)

Interview on Human Behavior:  What a Trip, hosted by Dr. Jonathan Brower on Voice America (1/13).

Interview on Shining Bright, hosted by Regina Sisco on Voice America (9/12).

Interview on Conservation Crossroads (5/29/12)

Extreme Boomer Travelers Walk 6,800 Miles Across The USA,” by Doris Gallan, The Huffington Post (05/14/12) (note: it was actually 5,000 miles)

Interview on Voices on the Net (10/12/11)

Interview on web talk radio, Dresser After Dark (5/2/11)

Interview on KERN Corner KERN (6/14/12)

Interview on KBMW 1450 (9/12/11)

Interview on UConn radio WHUS (5/1/11)

Interview on Robin Hood Radio – WHDD (4/1/11)

“Hiking humanitarians complete cross-country journey,” by Nick Roth, Cape Gazette (5/4/12)

Couple taking big steps for mankind,” by Seth Grundhoefer, Madison Courier (2/11/12)

“A unique kind of journey: Couple hiking across the country to bring awareness to issues facing millions,” by Chris Morris, Jeffersonville News and Tribune (2/5/12)

“Couple on 5,000 mile hike to document human kindness,”
by Jesse Rininger, Evansville Courier Press (1/22/12)

“Humanitarian hikers stop in Summit County,” by Kathryn Corazzelli, Summit Daily (9/17/11)

“Hiking Humanitarians stop in Crested Butte on way across America,” by Mark Reaman, The Crested Butte News (9/7/11)

“A hike for humanity: Courageous Couple Visits CMU” by Sami Jo Pfost, The Criterion (8/28/11)

“‘Hiking Humanitarians’ stop in Moab during cross-country trek” by Jeff Richards, Moab Times Independent (8/17/11)

Humanitarian hikers stop over in Carson City” by Teri Vance, Nevada Appeal (6/21/11)

Norfolk Couple Plans 5,000-mile Hike for Humanity” by Ricky Campbell, Register Citizen (4/26/11)

“Norfolk Couple Hiking Cross-Country for a Cause” by Max Wittstein, Litchfield County Times (4/15/11)

“Alumni hike Discovery Trail” by Ben Fechter, The Daily Campus (4/17/11)

“Sinclair goes to great lengths to take a hike.  For Sinclair it’s only natural” by Tommy Hine, Hartford Courant Outdoors (10/23/92)


Because of my wife Cindy’s affliction with early onset Alzheimer’s, my current focus is on brain health and our recent journeys together.  Interview me about the following related topics:

  • Three keys to living well with Alzheimer’s.
  • Why living well is the only effective treatment for Alzheimer’s.
  • How hiking improves brain health.
  • My wellness pyramid for maintaining brain health.
  • What caregivers need for support.

I also do interviews for the media about kindness, community and humanity topics that were the focus of our American Discovery Trail journey.  Here are some potential media questions:

  • Why do you say that the American Discovery Trail is well named?
  • What did you discover were keys to kindness across the country?
  • What did you discover were keys to vibrant communities across the country?
  • What five surprising demographics did you discover about people who are food-challenged?
  • What are some inspiring tales from your 5,000 mile walk?

To arrange for an interview email: