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Rainy day in Lectoure

At this point in my journey I am only a week away from my primary destination goal of this walk – the town of St. Jean Pied de Port – the point where the Camino Frances begins. I have been … Continue reading

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Marcilhac sur Cele

As I write this I am sitting outside my gite for the night in the village of Marcilhac sur Cele. Having come by way of the river road rather than the rugged mountain route I have arrived before noon and … Continue reading

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The most beautiful town in France…

I am writing this from the medieval city of Conques, which is the most beautiful town in France. If you don’t believe it, there’s even a sign as you enter the town that will tell you so. In fact, this … Continue reading

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Paris, je t’aime!

As I write this I am speeding across the French countryside on one of the famous high-speed TGV trains from Paris to Lyons. From there I will switch to local trains for the final stretch into Le Puy. It’s ironic … Continue reading

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I am finally ready (aren’t I?)

Well, tickets are purchased, hotel reservations are waiting, plans are firmed up, and my bag is packed. So, why do I still feel like there’s more to do and why is my anxiety level playing nasty games with me? My … Continue reading

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The locust emerges!

  Well, I think it’s well past time to resurrect my blog after a hiatus of a couple of years. I have big news related to the Camino. I was searching for an apt metaphor to describe the reactivation of … Continue reading

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An Inspirational Story…

I wanted to share an inspirational story and photo with you all. This will warm the hearts of anyone who has walked the Camino or has it in their blood. As I’ve said before, once the Camino gets ahold of … Continue reading

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