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    I'll be walking the California Missions Trail in April 2021 and then - with a little luck - walking in the UK in the late summer: Way of St. Cuthbert, Pilgrims Way from London to Canterbury, and then beginning the Via Francigena from Canterbury...
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    Castellano-Aragonés, por favor!
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    SacredSteps replied to the thread Got my first Covid-19 shot!.
    Received both doses; all vaccinated. In my county, they announced we have 75% of our seniors (ages 65+ vaccinated) and 25% of our adult citizens. Here in Florida, they are now offering shots to all ages 40+ and (starting next week) all ages 16+.
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    No offense taken, @lt56ny. My goal is to walk with two shirts and two layering pieces for all three-season weather. Lightweight gear is more expensive; no way around that if it's your aim. Sales, clearance, closeouts, and used gear are worth...
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    SacredSteps reacted to lt56ny's post in the thread New Three-Season Layering Options with Like Like.
    I appreciate the time that you spent doing this research for yourself. The was checking the prices of everything you have suggested and taking one from columns A-E cost more than all my gear that I spent on my first Camino. I have walked 5...
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    SacredSteps reacted to Chris Gi's post in the thread New Three-Season Layering Options with Like Like.
    Enjoy the California Mission Trail. I live at the southern end of it and have walked parts of it up from San Diego - not the whole way in one go. Lots of pavement and busy streets and next month could be quite warm.
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    SacredSteps reacted to Glenshiro's post in the thread New Three-Season Layering Options with Haha Haha.
    Discussing outdoor clothing with my brother, I once remarked that "polyester is the walker's friend." He thought about it for a moment and replied "he's probably the only friend it's got."
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    Thanks so much. Hope this helps a bit on brands, as I've definitely been keeping the delivery driver busy this past year. For those who may not have fallen in love with Merino wool yet, the advantages are considerable: Retains warmth even...
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    Full kit is over at my blog. I thought it best not to link a bunch of items so that the post wasnt deemed commercial. I got into headaches once for too many links to on a kit post with amazon, decathlo, and rei, etc.
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    I know layering comes up *a lot* but with advances in textiles and new products coming to market every year, I've spent more time than I would care to admit re-working my layers for both pilgrimage and my non-supported walks on the Appalachian...
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