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  1. Pilgy

    HELP! (Shoe advice) April 2020

    The "Zero drop" with Altras takes getting used to if you're used to walking in a shoe with a rise of say 8 to 11 mm. I also find them too spongy and prefer a shoe that doesn't make me fell that all my energy is sinking into a mushy sole. And I could predict that the tread would be worn out for...
  2. Pilgy

    some advice

    Good move!
  3. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    Thanks Sybil. I'll add this to my list!
  4. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    Thanks Simon. Have ordered The GK book and will pull up Wise Pilgrim too. Enjoy the rest of your walk!
  5. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    I wish I did though, Hansl!!! Thanks anyway!
  6. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    Thanks for these suggestions!
  7. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    Thanks Calisteve!
  8. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    Oh that "book in the hand" feeling is so wonderful. I am the owner of many "well-scissored" guide books!
  9. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    Thanks Kazrobbo. Interesting you just mentioned the Cicerone guide as I have one for Camino Norte and am disappointed by lack of info beyond route and accommodation. Maybe a one off, but..... VDLP plans would be for fall this year so will look into the Gerald Kelly 2020 version.
  10. Pilgy

    Best up to date guide book for Via de la Plata?

    Hello pilgrims. Many guidebooks listed seem older. Any recommendations for an up to date guide for the VDLP. Prefer a concise combination of info, history, routing and accommodation.
  11. Pilgy

    Getting Pilgrim Credential starting in Bilbao

    I ALWAYS have a spare Credential on hand. You just never know when you'll suddenly up and walk!!!
  12. Pilgy

    I Need starting advice from Porto

    Didn't find the route out of Porto anything but enjoyable! And YES the Variant Spiritual is not to be missed!
  13. Pilgy

    I Need starting advice from Porto

    I think this is a great idea! The central and and littoral route are quite different and though I have not walked from Lisbon, I think I'd prefer to do what you are suggesting.
  14. Pilgy

    If You have Walked the Camino - Do you prefer boots or trail runners?

    Yes, Annie. Perhaps expand on the term Boots. There's a huge variety of boots i.e. high top leather boots versus mid height light hikers.
  15. Pilgy

    Anybody else doing the Da Costa beginning of december?

    Dolf. I delayed plans for walking mid October as the weather looked iffy and things got busy at home. Also looking at late November/early December specifically because the long range forecast, for what it is worth, looks favourable!
  16. Pilgy

    Walking Camino Portugues in November/December

    hi Cat did you get that download done?
  17. Pilgy

    My first Camino Portugués - newbe questions

    How was the walk from Vila do Conde to Rates?
  18. Pilgy

    Coastal Weather April

    Sounds like you would be very hot wearing heavier layer like that. Records suggest Porto has highs of low 20's and lows of 9 (celsius) in April.
  19. Pilgy

    Got a flu shot today

    Right on, Kanga!
  20. Pilgy

    To the person who wanted to inspire love . . . you didn't!

    But let's not give this person the very publicity they crave.....

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