Step One: Ask Apollo!
Riding over 10,000 miles through all the lower 48 states is not a simple matter of hopping in the saddle and riding off into the sunset(s). It took years of planning, daily flexibility, and a bit of magic to make it work. Oh, and of course a horse with excellent map reading skills.
Listen weekly as Meredith and Apollo share about their multi-year 48-state journey (The Centauride), talk with interesting guests, and discuss the realities of domestic abuse.
What to Listen For:
00:25 Introduction to the episode
01:23 Pre-ride planning with maps
02:28 Why roads and not trails?
03:36 Looking at previous 48 state ride maps
07:00 Throwing out all my maps
08:14 Geographical distribution of resources
11:05 Finding places to stay each night, and how it has changed since I started
14:00 Step one: the big picture
15:03 Step two: mapping the end point for each day
17:09 Step three: choosing the roads to get there
20:35 The types of maps I use
22:56 Local advice
23:39 That time I rode Apollo on an interstate
28:21 Guest Peggy with the Bridge Network
31:14 Human trafficking victims - who are they and why?
36:17 What can be done to end human trafficking?
38:30 Where does trafficking happen?
38:42 How do you recognize a trafficking victim?
39:38 What can YOU can do to help end trafficking?
42:29 Closing statements
43:07 End of episode
About our Guest: Peggy Delgado Fava
I am the founder and Executive Director for Bridge Network Corporation, a nonprofit organization established in 2011 to provide resources for at-risk and Commercially Sexually Exploited Children/Teens (CSECT) out of the Sacramento County Juvenile Detention Facility and in the greater Sacramento region.
Bridge Network’s vision is to be a connecting conduit “or the bridge” between mentors, advocates, other service provider agencies and local community organizations. Our organization's key programs are centered around fostering positive and healthy relationships. Our goal is to motivate and inspire by offering hope and an optimistic approach to sexually exploited children and teens.
Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
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