Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happiness lies …

Happiness lies in the smile on someone else’s face which is reflected in yours. A kindness to someone who needs a helping hand or just a few kind words to help him or her along the path brings joy to … Continue reading

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2013 Year of the Birds

Originally posted on Glenrosa Journeys:
At the end of every year, I do a blog summary of highlights but, when you take thousands of photos a year (as most of us do) and post about a variety of things, it’s…

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Cutting Your Teeth on the Camino de Santiago

I have said it repeatedly on this blog that I don’t like to walk, at least not difficult trails, mountains, hills or muddy paths. I don’t like the same trail over and over, like the many times I’ve walked around … Continue reading

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Sheep’s Wool on the Camino de Santiago

What? How could sheep’s wool possibly help on the long walk between St. Jean Pied de Port and Santiago in Spain? I’m about to get into this but first let me tell you about first seeing two Manitoba walkers gathering … Continue reading

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Oh, No, More Snow!

When I’m sitting inside on a blustery December day, I imagine the cool days of May in Spain while walking the Camino de Santiago. There were warm days where my glasses steamed up while huffing and puffing on several days. … Continue reading

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Family First Th…

Family First There are many kinds of family. Your precious close and extended family. Your family at church. Your friends who are just like family. And new families you meet in a month one year of your life and who … Continue reading

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The camino stay…

The camino stays in your soul long after you’ve talked about it for months and written about every memory for days. It is hard to realize what an effect the walk has on the whole person. 

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