Today, as I celebrate Easter with my family, I am in pain. My feet are swollen, my knees ache and I have trouble sitting and standing. My body is fatigued by the 12-mile, 8-hour trek south of Theodore Roosevelt Lake on the great Arizona Trail. Yet, with all my pain, I am already looking online to determine when I can […]
While Team Armstrong may have arrived in Phoenix it has been a busy day with the Media. Here is an interview of Mike and his sighted guides by AZFamily.
As I travel along this 800 mile journey, I realize how truly amazing it is to be able to experience something so inspiring. Each step I take brings me closer to understanding more about myself and how truly blessed all of our lives are. So today; take a break to feel the wind on your […]
Sensei Mike was featured on several local news channels in Tuscon. You can watch one of them below.
It’s amazing out there, I don’t know how to describe it, It is incredible feeling the amount of raw wilderness surrounding us. It’s strange yet appealing to travel 20 miles and not hear planes flying overhead, No sounds of traffic, …or signs of today’s technology. As I look back at the 116 miles we’ve travelled, […]
Quick Video update from Blind Hiker Mike Armstrong after Day 2 on the Arizona Trail.
Well, we are heading out for the Arizona Trail Trek this Friday April 1st. No, this is not an April’s Fools Joke. April 2nd is our first day on the trail. This is going to be an amazing experience! We have trained hard and I believe we are ready. I would like to put out […]
Today Sensei Mike and took a quick break during our training hike to bring you this interview.
Just wanted to make a quick post to remind everyone to keep an eye here on our blog and on Facebook as we ramp up for our hike across the Arizona Trail. While we are hiking the trail we will be making blog posts as well as facebook posts. So keep an eye out and […]