On Sunday, we walked in honor of those who have left us, in support of the advocates who fight to raise money and awareness, and especially the caregivers who selflessly give up their own lives, for the ones they love. In many ways, the day mirrors the Alzheimer’s journey: there is the frustration of knowing there isn’t a cure or enough funding and that we must do more – a great deal more. There is the inspiration from a determined crowd who advocate all year round. And there are the humorous conversations and light-hearted moments that pepper the morning. We walked with Lisa and Gary Bricker, from Alz Across America. Gary has early onset and Lisa is his primary caregiver. They are exceptional people and have become relentless advocates for the Carpe Kilimanjaro project. They shared their story with us earlier this year and you can watch it here.