There's a moment in the short online documentary Trail Therapy where Steve Fugate defines tenacity as being bold enough to make the decision to do something fantastic, but stupid enough not to quit once you started. Fugate's own tenacity is captured both in this film and on his website. He's spent the last decade walking the United States. But why walk? Fugate calls it his therapy. It was a path to coping after Fugate's son committed suicide in 1999, and again in 2005 after his daughter died of an accidental drug overdose. Fugate said he eventually realized the only way he'd feel better is if he made other people feel better. Watch the documentary at www.korduroy.tv/shows/specials/trail-therapy-steve-fugate, and read about Fugate's journey at www.trailtherapy.com.