Monthly Archives: September 2013

Halfway to Santiago

[This is Micah – I did a ninja edit on this post since the formatting was messed up when dad posted it. Added a few photos as well.] Last night at supper I appreciated very much that Tanja and Dragan … Continue reading

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Rain, Cold and Wind – Me again

Twenty-seven kilometers today — too long!  The strong wind and rain came up after we started, so rain pants were donned standing on the leeward side of a tree.  We were very cold and wet for half of the trip … Continue reading

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Butt-dial from the Lord of the Flies

[In case there was any doubt from the title, this is Pete’s son, Micah, filling in for dad periodically to keep you updated and keep myself amused.] Monday, 5:01 am CDT: The silence of a cool, Fall-like morning is interrupted … Continue reading

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More from Belorado

Experiences in past days have been varied, so many people, so many stories.  At supper in Torres del rio (I think) 8 of us included two from US (both Pastors) and one each from Finland, Germany, Ireland, Korea, Canada and South Africa.  … Continue reading

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In Belorado – It’s Me

So far one of the toughest challenges is accepting the vagaries of physical issues, tiny ones that become a threat to making the hundreds of kilometers to come.  The giant blister has released its contents and that discomfort has diminished … Continue reading

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In Logroño – It’s Me

Since I can no longer text, I am using public computers when available.  I am at a large municipal Albergue sharing with many others.  I walked around 20k or a little more today.  Some climbing, but doable.  Beautiful scenery.  Walked … Continue reading

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I was lost and now am found

I am on the Camino again.  It was not my greatest day yesterday.  The trek from Arroniz to Los Arcos (where I returned to the traditional Camino) was very long and tedious, the only Pilgrim walking along a blacktop road.  … Continue reading

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