A Saskatchewan man was channeling his inner Forrest Gump in 2018.
Zayell Johnston walked all the way across Canada last year just because he felt like it.
The Yorkton, Sask. man started his journey in Victoria, B.C. in February 2018 and dipped his feet in the Atlantic Ocean by the end of the year.
Others who have made similar treks have usually done so to promote a cause or to raise money for charity. Johnston’s voyage was rooted in something more simple.
“I just felt like walking,” he told Yorkton This Week.
Johnston said the longest part of his cross-country trip was Ontario, which took him two months to walk through.