Category Archives: Camino
One Year Anniversary of Departure – On the Loss of a Fellow Pilgrim
On this anniversary of my departure for Spain, I am overwhelmed with gratitude for the opportunity I had to walk not one, but two Caminos, thus far. I truly believe that the Camino calls people, for whatever reason they personally … Continue reading
Stage 17 ~ Cuerres to Colunga
October 18 Another beautiful day! And hot! Over 80, no clouds, and the sun felt very strong. Thank God for sea breezes! I think foot pain is just going to happen every day. And now I think my feet have … Continue reading
Stage 16 ~ Poo de Llanes to Cuerres
October 17 – I am developing quite the tan lines! From my socks and my shorts! Became quite apparent in a picture Tash took yesterday, and the sock line no longer disappears after a shower, so it isn’t dirt! I … Continue reading
No rain the first few days, but still lots of dampness. My clothes didn’t dry overnight the first time I washed them. Nor the second. So on my pack they went. To dry in the sun. The sea air makes … Continue reading
Day 1- Hondarriba (Irun) to San Sebastian
Began today at the hostel (albergue) outside Hondarriba. Decent breakfast. but didn’t need to eat it at 630, which is when I got up. Note to travellers: make sure you set your clocks to the right timezone when visiting another … Continue reading
Day 1 pictures – Hondarriba to San Sebastien
A backwards glance through the day Maybe I’ll figure out tomorrow how to put them in the right order.
Called day 0 because I only got a little outside Irun. Staying at an albergue that is still a working flour mill, with the flour used to make their bread. It was my plan to end up here, so that … Continue reading
The first shell!
Or at least the first one we saw today. Never did find the first large marker. But did walk across the French border!
Church of St James and St John, Madrid
note: this post cut and pasted funny so the paragraphs are ut of order. Too tired to fix it, so have fun reading!! Still haven’t showered yet, nor changed clothes. The person I sit next to on the train tomorrow … Continue reading