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"Adventureman" (aka Jamie McDonald) is continuing his marathon-a-day across America, raising money for the children's charity, the Superhero Foundation. His trek through the southwest was particularly harrowing since he had to avoid mountain lions, snakes and way more tarantulas than he's comfortable with. 

Despite the miles he has to run every day, Jamie McDonald took time to stop by the RTM studio and speak to our hosts about his journey so far and his wonderful charity. You can still donate to the Superhero Foundation since they need your help to make a difference in the lives of children in need.

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