Stop The Bombs International Peace Walk

Other Information

Computer Settings

   This site was designed for a 17 inch color monitor. The desktop settings for size are 1024 x 768 pixels and is best viewed using these settings.

   Our objective not just to provide information about this walk but to tell a story. This story is about the people who have given of themselves for a noble cause and to try to impart to the reader the impact that these courageous people have had on the communities they have visited.
Photo Album
Format And Features

   To the left of each main page will be common links to general data such as this page. For example if you look to the left you will see a link to the Photo Albums. If you click this link the first Photo Album will appear.

   When you get to the page the rule to get back is if the Back button on your browser is enabled just click it to return to here. If not just close the page. In some cases there will be a navigation line at the bottom of the page and if it has an 'Origin' link you can click it to see where the page originated. This rule hold true for all pages on this site. Try clicking the Photo Album link.

   These links to the left are general purpose links and will be found on each page. Go through them for further information.
     The links to the right for the most part are either features or navigation for the story. Look to the right for some examples. The Day Logs give you the ability to read the story like a book. In this example we must be reading Day 12 because the previous page is Day 11 and the next page is Day 13. Some of the other sites involved may use Chapters.

   Below the Day Logs is a link to a Nuclear Time-Line that tells you various nuclear disasters and the such that occurred on the day you are reading. Post Cards are pictures of post cards that we have received from folks in the communities we walked through. There are six International Peace Pilgrims on the walk. Jeff McKenzie is one of these pilgrims. This is a link to Jeff's information that he reported on the day you are reading. The walkers as well may post their own personal stories so you may see some links to their postings. These are called Voices.

   Some of the other links are Community Responses that are hand writen into a diary like book that one of the walkers is maintaining. Lastly there are the Echoes. These are links to past actions performed by participants in this walk. A reminder of the past that provides spirit to the walkers and runners just as this site will do for these participants years from now.

   Click a few and see what happens.
Day Logs

Day 11

Day 13

Nuclear Time-Line

Post Cards

From Jeff McKenzie


   Underlining is used on the entire site to indicate a link. If you are reading any text and you see something underlined you can click on it for further details. For example if you are reading "Peacemaker
Marcus Atkinson has spent much time......" you can see that Marcus Atkinson is underlined. Click on it and you will see further information about Marcus. Try it.

All pictures in this web site are linked to further information. For example if you are looking at a picture such as you see here move your cursor over the picture and click on it for an enlargement of the picture as well as some details about the picture. Try it.