Monthly Archives: May 2017

Honeymoon with My Soul*

I’ve completed “The Way” and had a few days to reflect on the journey.   This final blog is more photo essay than words. Each represents a piece of the pilgrim experience along the journey some are personal while others … Continue reading

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I Fibbed — So Shoot Me

I’m lying on my bed celebrating the end of my Camino by eating a chocolate bar — love a first bite for me: As I finished it–yup ate the whole thing: I knew I had to tell you about attending … Continue reading

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Camino Bits & Pieces (Final)

Late today I arrived in Santiago thus ending my journey.  Even so, I have a few more photos to share. This is a foggy morning — fairly typical in the mountains: I knew it possible, but finally witnessed some folks … Continue reading

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More Camino Bits & Pieces

There is too much to see at times on the journey. Still, I love sharing photos especially random examples of what it’s like to travel in Spain.   Please indulge me in this “study” of life: Love the horns–dissimilar to … Continue reading

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Chasing the Clouds

The past few days have involved climbing, rain and lots of mud. But today was different–got up quite early and made good use of a flashlight.  Occasionally some other light also came into play: From a motorway tunnel: the moon … Continue reading

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Wet Not Wild

Since coming to Spain nary a drop of rain had fallen on me. Well, these past three days ended that streak.  Oh boy, did it ever! As I slogged through mud, grit and oodles of puddles some things still stood … Continue reading

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Camino de Santiago–more bits ‘n pieces

Traveling opens the door to many new horizons.  Going on a multi-week walk slows life down so one sees more than if the travel was by car or even bicycle. These photos are in no specific order, however they’ve struck … Continue reading

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Catedral of Santa Maria de León 

Yet one more beautiful church to see in Spain.  León is the 4th larger city to visit along the Camino. It’s Catedral is smaller than the one in Burgos.  It was built in 13th century during the Renaissance using the … Continue reading

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Camino Odds n’ Ends

Not many folks walk the Camino de Santiago.  Conversations with those on “The Way” come from the entire planet.  Each has a unique story to tell. The more interesting aspects of this walk are cultural differences with Spain in general: … Continue reading

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Rest Stop in Burgos

I decided to take some time in Burgos–Franco’s one-time capital.  Today I visited the world heritage site of the Catedral de Santa Maria XIII.  This cathedral was first built in the 13th Century.   Over the next 700 years it’s … Continue reading

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