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  1. CalledToRise

    Anyone wear white?

    Good point!
  2. CalledToRise

    Anyone wear white?

    Looks amazing!
  3. CalledToRise

    Anyone wear white?

    Haha. True true. But I have options and love to obsess! It’s part of the fun. Thanks for the reminder.
  4. CalledToRise

    Anyone wear white?

    Hey y’all. I’m trying to decide on one of the two shirts I’m bringing. It’s a white nike drifit. Is it crazy to wear white on the Camino? I would guess it gets real dirty throughout The day and would be hard to keep it clean. Anyone out there wearing white. I’m doing the CF in the heat of...
  5. CalledToRise

    No room at the inn?

    Sounds amazing! I've booked for Santiago, and maybe I will consider booking ahead when I get near Sarria. i hear beds are hard to find! Hopefully, I will have figured out a system on the way from St. Jean, but as for now, I'm booked at St. Jean, and Santiago. The rest is in God's hands?!
  6. CalledToRise

    No room at the inn?

    I have the same question, am walking my first CF in late June - July and will arrive (hopefully) in SdC on July 24. I'm not planning to reserve, but will just go where my feet lead me, and be prepared to keep walking on. I'm going solo and enjoy a good adventure. At least that's what I'm telling...
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    Reserving lodging at SJPdP and Roncesvalles?

    Hey all! I'm doing the CF starting at SJPdP on June 20th and it is my first Camino. *super excited* I'm wondering if it is a good idea to book ahead at SJPdP for the night at both SJPdP and Roncesvalles to makes sure I have somewhere to stay. I want to "let the camino provide" but am worried...
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