Peaceable Projects Inc. is a U.S.-based non-profit group that brings the vast resources of the wide world together with the ongoing needs of the people who live, work, and travel on the Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail network in Spain.
I'm volunteering (Hospitalero) in Salamanca Sept 15-30. Then I think I'll walk to Finester Then meeting my wife and friends to walk the Camino Sanabre Oct 11-18. Let me know if you will be in the vicinity or are looking for any training walks before hand
Hey, Willy! Nope I'm not out walking. I'm still waiting to see if I can get off work for 5 weeks September-October to walk Lisbon to Fatima to Porto to Santiago with another forum member whom I met in Santiago last year. I hope you have a great time.
Thanks for your response about the Teva sandals. The grooves on the footbed are what cause your blisters? There's no kind of insole you could add? I guess that gets more complicated. I am a little more worried that the straps will chafe. What will you use for second shoes? Exciting that you are leaving on your Camino soon! I'm not going till spring. Cheers, Jill
Well Mike the date is set. We, my wife Pam and I are headed back to walk the Camino Ingles slowly then some other adventure in Northern Spain. It was great to see your name again as I have been following posts on this route........ Buen Camino.... Willy
Mike thanks for the contact. I walked the Camino Frances from SJPP 2013 and the Camino Portugues 2014. I live in the Avenues and am currently planning on walking the Primitivo and or Ingles this year. .... Willy Littig