Monthly Archives: September 2013

Banking on the Camino

Look for this sign …no need to carry more than 200 euros

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Mass for Pilgrims

Church in Roncesvalles…donations welcome

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Lots of Wine on the Camino de Santiago

No, no, Tuperna! Way too much for one pilgrim. You have to share.

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When you are fe…

When you are feeling down and out, just jump out of bed, get dressed and start on a new camino in your own hometown. See the town or city with new eyes. We are so fortunate to be alive. Leave … Continue reading

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Tuperna Going Over The Pyreenes

My Greenland Friend Chooses the More Difficult Route

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The Things You Remember

Nearly four months after returning from the Camino de Santiago images come to me at the oddest times. I close my eyes to go to sleep at night when I remember the old Chinese man who was alone and didn’t … Continue reading

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Poppies Are Wild

Love the fields of poppies in Northern Spain

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I was alone but someone offered to take my photo

A pilgrim with the sculpture of a pilgrim

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The camino is m…

The camino is meant to be shared with other pilgrims. Staying in hotels made me feel lonely on the camino de Santiago. Upon returning to St. John’s and Torbay, I actually invited others to sit with me at Macdonalds. I … Continue reading

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I Am A Pilgrim

Taking time to amuse others

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