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    fransw reacted to peregrina2000's post in the thread Update on Anniesantiago with Like Like.
    Annie, I have a vivid memory of your postings about your diagnosis of MCS, your insurance battles, and how this issue affected your everyday life. I remember thinking then — wow, this is one tenacious, resilient, upbeat peregrina. In fact, if I...
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    Not about bad content, but what I mean is: Sometimes, I like to view pictures from the Caminos: This forum has an abundance of fantastic pictures, but: Many of them are without ANY info about WHERE! I can sometimes go down memory lane with these...
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    when I did my first in 2016 one year after my Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis no one could understand my WHY. One week after my return home dislocating my hips waterskiing. Since my 2016 Camino I’ve had 2 Lipedema surgeries, MOH surgery where a...
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    For the record: I, the threadstarter, am 65. I worry about this. I quit smoking 7 months ago without problems. I had been smoking for 53 (!) years... My son who is a doctor has examined me and says I have no damage. Good on me... I bought my...
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    fransw reacted to SYates's post in the thread 2020 GPS APPs with Like Like.
    Unless you want to record your way or need the data for something else, there is really no need for GPS on the Camino Frances. BC SY
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    fransw reacted to MikeJS's post in the thread 2020 GPS APPs with Like Like.
    For the CF you can just follow the person in front. That said the way is extremely well marked. Otherwise use wikiloc.
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    Amusing. These things often come up. Why do they hate it? Because it's NOT an Adventure. It's NOT a Thru Hike It's NOT a nail biting challenge. It's NOT a 'unique' experience undertaken by a 'select' few. It's a Pilgrimage. Undertaken by...
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    fransw reacted to Kathar1na's post in the thread Camino Must See with Like Like.
    It's the Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro in Torres del Rio. The ruins of the Hospice of San Juan de Acre are just before Navarrete. I liked it that you put a spoiler alert on your links, @jungleboy. When one has already seen detailed photos of these...
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    As green as green......the fall is beautiful and I’ve waked before from Las Hererias to O’Cebrero through the chestnut trees at that time of year which is spectacular but you should return in the spring and witness the wild flowers and the birdsong !
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    Hello fellow pilgrims, past, present, and future! I've spent the past several weeks editing photos and formalizing thoughts from my Camino Frances experience this autumn. I walked from SJPDP to Finisterre. I've recently published a photo essay...

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