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    I punctured my foot outside of Logrono and spent a long, painful day before reaching Najera. The local hardware store sold me a cheap plastic basin and shears. I made an insole for my shoes and walked another twenty days. P.S. My brother, an...
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    You might also consider the Sanabre from Ourense part of the VDLA. It is easy to get to, one hour by train. Beautiful, historic and scenic. Great accommodations . This will not be a slow saunter for five days but with your travel schedule you...
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    Prevalence and risk factors associated with the formation of dermal lesions on the foot during hiking. Chicharro-Luna E et al J Tissue Viability. 2020 Apr 27
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    williamlittig reacted to Jenibee's post in the thread Why Pilgrimage? with Like Like.
    I so appreciate what you've written. I'm brand new here myself, and grappling with the mere understanding of why this thing I've never done and that previously held no appeal for me now seems to be calling out to me in so many unexpected ways. I...
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    williamlittig reacted to peregrin peregrina's post in the thread Why Pilgrimage? with Like Like.
    thanks for the response and threads! probably looking for a reason where none exists! :)
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    williamlittig reacted to mspath's post in the thread Why Pilgrimage? with Like Like.
    peregrin peregrina, Welcome to the Forum. Many of us in earlier threads have addressed your questions. Perhaps you will find our various answers helpful and informative. For starters see...
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    williamlittig reacted to JillGat's post in the thread Today's New Mexico Camino with Love - Red heart Love - Red heart.
    April 24, 2020 Today I riffed on the historical connections between Spain and New Mexico in all sorts of ways. Most of the day I hiked along one of the oldest acequias (water ditches) in Albuquerque, right next to the original, ancient route of...
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    Thank you. We have had the joy of walking Caminos and working in albergues now is the time to wait. You will have your day. Ultreia
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    williamlittig reacted to ivar's post in the thread Video from the Santiago Tourism Office with Love - Red heart Love - Red heart.
    Stay at home now, Santiago will be here when this is all over...
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    williamlittig reacted to J Willhaus's post in the thread Masks donated in Denise's memory with Love - Red heart Love - Red heart.
    The article describes a cousin of Denise Thiem (who was murdered in 2015 while walking the Camino) sending a donation of masks to Spanish law enforcement who investigated and solved her case. He lives in Hong Kong and read about the difficulties...

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