Rich and Sue Freeman once masqueraded as corporate executives. In 1996 they turned their backs on the long hours, high pay, and empty feeling to spend six months walking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. This trek changed their lives forever.

Since returning to civilized life, they’ve sold their house, written and published books on hiking and biking trails around Rochester N.Y., and started a publishing company.  

Discovering the Bruce Trail allowed them to once again feel the freedom of the outdoors, get their bodies moving, and shed the fake encumbrances of life in today’s society. They live by the philosophy that each day is a gift to be enjoyed and experienced, and hope that through their books you'll be inspired to enjoy nature and savor each day.

The Freeman’s continue to investigate options for their next adventure.

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