This sounds like it'll be a really fun day, and I truly wish I didn't have other important plans (OK, I'm going sailing) or I'd come along with my camera and document the walk on video.
Plus, I can probably use the exercise, rather than wasting the day sitting lazily on my boat, moving the tiller with my foot as I lean back comfortably while sipping some kind of exotic tropical drink with an umbrella in it...but that's my cross to bear, and somehow I'll manage to get through it.
Twenty-two mile "Walk in a New Direction" to highlight common issues facing Fourth District
BRIDGEPORT - On Saturday, June 28, Jim Himes will lead supporters on a "Walk in a New Direction" - a twenty-two mile walk from Greenwich to Bridgeport, passing through seven of the seventeen towns in the Fourth Congressional District. The walk will demonstrate the interconnectedness of the towns in the district. Along the way, Jim will talk to voters about for the need for a new direction in Washington.
Who: Jim Himes, Democratic Candidate for Congress
What: "Walk in a New Direction" from Greenwich to Bridgeport
When: Saturday, June 28, 8AM - 9PM
Where: Jim will available to speak with reporters at anytime during the walk. The following stops may be a particularly good time to catch-up with Jim (times are approximate):
7:00 AM: Greenwich - Start (16 Hassake Road)
8:00 AM: Stamford - Rinaldi's Deli (872 East Main St.)
9:15 AM: Darien - Mama Carmela's Italian Deli (1981 Post Road)
10:30 AM: Darien - Uncle's Deli (1041 Post Road)
12:45-1:45 PM: South Norwalk - "Unite for Change" BBQ (Ryan Park, Day St. and Raymond St.)
3:00 PM: Westport - Doc's Café (575 Riverside Avenue)
5:00 PM: Westport - Swanky Frank's (1050 Post Road East)
7:30 PM: Fairfield - Las Vetas Coffee Shop (1462 Post Road)
9:30 PM: Bridgeport - Baxter's (2770 Fairfield Avenue, Black Rock)
It's good to see that J. Himes is a very practical, grounded man. Every stop on his tour offers food of some kind. This will make his supporters happy and, more importantly, please the press. Barbecue works for Old John, good deli should work for Jim.
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