In 1985 2,491 pilgrims completed the Camino. In 1995 there was 19,821, then in 2005 there was 93,921. These are only the pilgrims that asked for and received a Compostela, therefore many more completed the routes.
You think we're adults now? Interesting. I think you're probably right. Every five years I think about creating an edited collection of essays, titled something like, "Whatever happened to GenX? They don't write, they don't call..." or "Sorry, am I in your way? How GenX relates to the Boomers and GenY".
+Joseph Gelfer I couldn't agree more. Being one of them it's a struggle at times. We are a generation that asks questions to better understand and are often a generation of "why not" while having to answer to a generation that frowns upon questions and simply asks "why".
Bah ha ha -Frances Bean’s mortified response – suggests we are entering a new era of fail, one in which a parent’s awkward behavior isn’t of the adorable “What’s this button do?” variety. Instead, it may be more like “S#&% My Dad Said At Burning Man.”