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  1. pilgrim b

    Where did you walk ( locally ) in 2021?

    A beautiful walk through Nidderdale woodland as we walked to the source of the River Nidd
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    What's your favorite sello (stamp) from the Camino?

    This sello in wax I receive from a man on the Way. He had prosthetic legs and was trying to raise money to go to the Paralympic Games the following year. it was my first camino and well, I will let his seal speak for him!
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    Back to basics on the forum

    Thank you Ivar and the mods for keeping things going it is worth saying the camino is still attracting new pilgrims. Who are asking all the right questions and we can point them to the forum Pilgrimage is very much alive in the Uk and so is the Camino six friends of mine want to come next year...
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    Podcast A double episode with Will Parsons, co-founder of British Pilgrimage Trust

    Hi Dan , Dr Guy Hayward who works for BPT and Nick Mayhew- Smith last year completed a book "Britiain's Pilgrim Places which now published. Some wonderful pilgrim routes to suit pilgrims of all abilities. You don't have to buy the book rather expensive, though well worth it. because all the...
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    Comment by 'pilgrim b' in media 'Leaving Pontedeume'

    Thank for your kind comments have a very Happy Healthy and rewarding Camino where ever you are in 2021
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    What do you do when you cannot walk anymore?

    I hope to walk for a seven to ten days this year in Italy to do the St Francis Way.But I wish to see and walk into Assisi (I walked into Rome on last year’s Francigena. This may well be my last pilgrimage who knows I was born in 1941.But it seems as long as I am fortunate and blessed . I shall...
  7. pilgrim b

    Merry Christmas to you all

    Thank you David and every good wish and blessing to you and all this Christmas tide x
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    Considering the Borders Abbey's Way or the St Francis Way still undecided which or both?

    Considering the Borders Abbey's Way or the St Francis Way still undecided which or both?
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    question for spiritual pilgrims

    The beginning of freedom is the realisation that you are not the “thinker”. The moment you start watching the thinker, a higher level of consciousness becomes activated. You begin to realise that there is a vast stream of intelligence beyond thought that thought is only tiny aspect of...
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    Camino effects at home -- years later

    Our Camino's never stop at SdC they go on ...................
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    Cathedral Closed...Is the Camino still worth it?

    In my humble opinion the whole walk is in a Cathedral one of nature’s thinnest places!
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    Do You Ever Get Days...

    My friends there is no known cure for this condition, you can only have a few weeks of respite !! And that is when you are again on camino. I have suffered from this condition for several years now and my only relief has been my annual (this year twice) walk on pilgrimage. b
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    Death of a cyclist pilgrim near Roncesvalles

    So tragic, so sorry for his family, may they find strength at this sad time. Rest in Peace.
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    71 year old man dies at albergue in Tricastela

    Prayers for his family and condolences for their loss, always remember he was doing what he wanted to do and he will always be a pilgrim. May you all receive the blessing of strength to cope with your loss.