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A Winter Walk in the West Highlands
Or, how to
travel ON the “beaten track”  and not encounter anyone! I ’ m ta king another segue from my series on the El Camino  to share a recent winter hike in the Scottish Highlands.  I am now in
western Scotland, hanging out in the bayside town of Oban, ...
A Winter Walk in the West Highlands
A Winter Walk in the West Highlands
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Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Days 26—27
Tineo —Campiello      7.5 miles 19 October 2017   I was glad to put Tineo behind me and be on my way. For the first part of the day, I felt very fatigued, which may have been my body punishing me for falling on my face the day before. Also, it was all uphil...
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Days 26—27
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Days 26—27
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Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Day 25
Bodenaya—Tineo     7 miles 18 October 2017   After
breakfast, but before some of us left, David told us more about Bondenaya. He
lives in the hórreo next door to the farmhouse-turned-albergue and it serves as
his bedroom and office. He gave us a peek inside...
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Day 25
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Day 25
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Day 24: A Little Bit of Heaven—Part Two: Bodenaya
Day 24:  Cornellana—Bodenaya      10.2 miles 17 October 2017 As I mentioned in
my previous post, today was magical in so many ways. Early in the day,
I walked over Puente de Casazorrina, one of the many old bridges on the Camino.
This one was over 300 years...
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Camino de Santiago Primitivo: A Little Bit of Heaven—Ruminations
Day 24:  Cornellana—Bodenaya      10.2 miles 17 October 2017 Today turned out
to be magical in so many ways. It was showery and foggy as I left the monastery
in Cornellana. I chose to walk back into town to eat breakfast. I spent some
time writing before I ...
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Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Days 21–23
Day 21: Oviedo—Escamplero     7.4 miles 14 October 2017   It was a bit of a
walk just to get out of the city, but by late morning, I came upon this little Capilla (chapel) del Carmen with benches for resting facing a view of the village
and valley. Since I ...
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Days 21–23
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Days 21–23
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Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Day 21–23
Day 21: Oviedo—Escamplero     7.4 miles 14 October 2017   It was a bit of a
walk just to get out of the city, but by late morning, I came upon this little Capilla (chapel) del Carmen with benches for resting facing a view of the village
and valley. Since I ...
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Day 21–23
Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Day 21–23
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Under the Douro Fog
I'm taking a little segue from my series on the El Camino. Yesterday I experienced one of those days that made me want to pinch myself and just had to share it right away! I am lingering in the Douro River Valley here in Portugal. Sometimes,
when I walk thr...
Under the Douro Fog
Under the Douro Fog
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Under the Douro Fog
I'm taking a little segue from my series on the El Camino. Yesterday I experienced one of those days that made me want to pinch myself and just had to share it right away! I am lingering in the Douro River Valley here in Portugal. Sometimes,
when I walk thr...
Under the Douro Fog
Under the Douro Fog
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