Category Archives: Appalachian Trail

The Incredible Power of Encouragement

My original column, “The Incredible Power of Encouragement” as it appeared in The Weekly News back in late July of 1998. The Incredible Power of Encouragement By Richard Mabey Jr. Encouragement, it’s an incredible power. Back in July of 1998, … Continue reading

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My Dad, My Favorite Guest Star

It was always a blast to have my Dad as a guest star on Cross-Talk. My Dad, My Favorite Guest Star By Richard Mabey Jr. The sun has set on Memorial Day. I missed my Dad, so very much, all … Continue reading

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Journey to Truth

I wrote this poem in the summer just before starting my senior year of high school. I had worked on it, during a week-long hike on the Appalachian Trail, that I walked with my dad and fellow scouts of Boy … Continue reading

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