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Geeks Only #4

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Where do May Frances Pilgrims Start
Hhhmmm trying to work out what this would mean for my 2018 plans. If I could start in mid April at Pamploma, would I make it to Santiago in mid May? I'm worried about the weather being too cold and wet to go in late Feb-March, I have to be home in Australia first 2 weeks of April, but I also need to be back here by end of May. Any comments appreciated!
six weeks is plenty of time to make it from Pamploma to Santiago "going slow enough to see it all and fast enough to get there"*

* Jimmy Buffett
God willing, start in late September. Right now I’m spending yet another year waiting for some orthopedic surgeon in the state of Florida to take on fixing my knees. They’re both simple outpatient surgeries, really! It’s just finding GOOD doctors (I gave up on great) who have time on their schedule and are willing to do it. I have all my gear I just need functional knees to get going!

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