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1/12/2012 Veteran Walks Four States to Help the Homeless (Park Labrea News, Los Angeles, CA)

1/10/2012 Stephen T. Millhouse Walks 1,460 Miles from Missoula, MT to Los Angeles CA for the Homeless and the Hungry (Press Release)

1/5/2012  One step at a time (Missoula Independent, Missoula, MT)

1/02/2012 Missoula man completes walk to L.A. to remind of homelessnes (Missoulian, Missoula, MT)

12/28/2011 Man taking steps to end homelessness (Ventura County Star, Ventura, CA)

12/27/2011 Former Missoula homeless man nearly done with 1,460 mile march (Missoula Independent, Missoula, MT)

12/23/2011 Stephen Millhouse walks 1,460 miles from Missoula to L.A. through North County for homelessness (Atascadero News, Atascadero, CA)

12/20/2011 Former homeless vet walks the walk (Santa Barbara News-Press, Santa Barbara, CA)

12/17/2011 Vet walks to help homeless (Santa Maria Times, Santa Maria, CA)

12/14/2011 Man walking 1,460 miles for homelessness awareness stops in San Luis Obispo (KSBY, San Luis Obispo, CA)

12/14/2011 Man travels Salinas Valley to raise awareness on Homelessness (Gonzales Tribune, Gonzales, CA)

12/7/2011 Veteran Attempts to Walk 1,460 Miles for the Homeless (Milpages, Augusta, GA)

12/5/2011 Walking 1,460 Miles In Their Shoes (Watsonville Patch, Watsonville, CA)

12/1/2011 Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – December 01, 2011 (Veterans Today, Riverside County, CA)

11/30/2011 Vet marches 1,460 miles for the homeless (Santa Cruz Sentinel, Santa Cruz, CA)

11/25/2011 Man on Walk to Raise Money for Homeless Vets Passes Through Bay Area (KCBS, San Francisco, CA)

11/17/2011 Web Exclusive: On the Road with the “One Man March for the Homeless” (KALW, San Francisco Bay Area, CA)

11/17/2011 Former Homeless Man Marches Through Marin on Monumental Journey (Novato Patch, Novato, CA)

11/16/2011 Formerly homeless vet arrives in SF as part of walk to raise awareness (The Examiner, San Francisco, CA)

11/16/2011 One Man’s March for Homelessness (Right This Minute, Phoenix, AZ)

11/16/2011 Former Homeless Man Marches Through Marin on Monumental Journey (Mill Valley Patch, Mill Valley, CA)

11/15/2011 Formerly-homeless vet walking 1,460 miles to raise money for, and awareness of the homeless; now in the Bay Area (Press Release)

11/2/2011  Man’s march for homeless covers 1,460 miles (Times Herald, Vallejo, CA)

10/31/2011 Former homeless veteran walks to help mankind (Daily Republic, Fairfield, CA)

10/26/2011 Letter of support from Idaho senator Mike Crapo (Boise, ID)

10/24/2011 Man walking 1,460 miles for homeless (Auburn Journal, Auburn, CA)

10/11/2011 Walking for Homeless Vets (KRNV Reno, Reno, NV)

10/3/2011 Former Homeless Veteran Completes First Half of 1460 Mile Walk to Raise Awareness and Money for the Homeless (Press release)

10/3/2011 A long walk through the valley of homelessness (Street News Service, Scotland, UK)

9/22/2011  Letter of support from Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer (Helena, MT)

9/22/2011 A March for the Homeless (Elko Daily Free Press, Elko, NV)

9/7/2011 ‘One-man march’ passes through valley (Idaho Mountain Express, Ketchum, ID)

9/5/2011 Man Walking from MT to CA Stops By Twin Falls (KMVT-TV, Twin Falls, ID)

9/1/2011 ‘My One Man March’ Project Founding Member Stephen T! Millhouse Reaches Milestone in his Walk to Raise Money for the Homeless and Hungry  (Press release)

8/10/2011 Missoula Man Marches For Homeless (KECI, Missoula, MT)

8/3/2011 He Marches to the Beat of His Own Drum (Missoula Children’s Theatre, Missoula, MT)

7/9/2011 Former homeless man plans 1,460-mile walk to raise awareness, money (Missoulian, Missoula, MT)

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Julie Carter September 14, 2011 at 12:23 pm

Stephen
It was a pleasure buying you breakfast this BEAUTIFUL DAY May GOD BLESS YOU on your journey I know that meeting you has BLESSED my life and Day. Be safe and GOD SPEED to CA. LOVE JULIE

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Stephen September 14, 2011 at 1:33 pm

Thanks Julie. I also tweeted my thanks to you.

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Meaghan October 5, 2011 at 4:35 pm

Hey Stephen,
Wow…I am amazed by you! I just returned to work today, found your card and checked in on your progress. You are an inspiration to us all here in Missoula. Best wishes, I’ll keep checking in on your progress. Keep up the good work! Meaghan

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Stephen October 10, 2011 at 5:30 pm

Hey Meaghan,

Good to hear from you. I have been thinking a lot about you lately. Hope motherhood is treating you well. Welcome back to work and Thanks. Did you get to see some of the pictures? I am pretty sure there are a few in tere that will make you laugh. Take care. I am in Reno, NV 850 miles. Getting ready to go up and over donner Pass, weather permitting.

stephen T! millhouse

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Elaine October 12, 2011 at 6:15 am

Hello Stephen, I passed you on I-80 the other day and you looked up at my car and gave a slight smile and wave. I could tell you had a message and a cause. I looked you up online to find out more. I will contribute to your mission. Homelessness is a problem and we need to all help get people back to safe place and give them a sense belonging.

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Stephen October 12, 2011 at 1:38 pm

Hi Elaine. I usually try to wave at most everyone, acknowleging that they have seen me or have moved over just to be safe but depending on the time of day and how sore I am I might only have been able to generate a nod of the head but thank you for commenting and for your support.

stephen

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