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  1. PadreTeeJay

    Will 32 days be enough to also do finisterre and muxia?

    It can be done in 32, I walked from Saint Jean to Santiago to Fisterra to Muxía and back to Santiago in 35. But I would not have planned for it in that amount of time. And I took every longer off the road route that was available.
  2. PadreTeeJay

    ATMs along route?

    Cee had an ATM a few days ago, so I would imagine it is still there.
  3. PadreTeeJay

    cassock/soutane/habit

    As a to be Anglican priest, sitting the airport about to depart, I packed hiking clothes. My Book of Common Prayer and Bible are on my Kindle for praying the offices. I met with my spiritual director before departing to focus my prayer life and reflection pre-Camino, I would assume your friend...
  4. PadreTeeJay

    Take what's important to you.

    This is a well timed post for me as I try to decide what to keep in my pack and what to take out before I fly out from Texas on Monday. Thank you.
  5. PadreTeeJay

    Camino Frances in June

    Northern WI my plan is the same, I am staying at L'esprit du Chemin. Maybe we will meet walking along the way. T.J.
  6. PadreTeeJay

    Bayonne to SJPdP via TER line 62 in June 2013

    I am glad they give a few minutes, there are 14 minutes scheduled between my arrival via train and departure via bus.
  7. PadreTeeJay

    Some thoughts from first 10 days of my Camino

    I leave in less than a month, your blog is wonderful and makes me all the more ready to go. Just underlined the Samos monastery in my guidebook, I do not want to miss that. Thank you!
  8. PadreTeeJay

    Camino Frances in June

    I will be leaving from SJPdP on June 6th...
  9. PadreTeeJay

    Which Football team

    Re: Which Soccer team Exactly! Champ20ns!!! :D
  10. PadreTeeJay

    Flying into Paris???

    Awesome! Thank you Katherine!
  11. PadreTeeJay

    Keen CNX Walking Sandals

    I haven't had a problem with blisters, wearing them hiking around central Texas. But they have a version that doesn't have the toe strap as well.
  12. PadreTeeJay

    In disbelief!!

    You are not the only one. I just purchased my ticket to Paris and now it seems so very real and close (2 months). And it is very difficult to focus, in fact I am checking the forum in class right now. :D
  13. PadreTeeJay

    Keen CNX Walking Sandals

    I have yet to walk to the Camino... but I have a pair of Chaco hiking/ walking sandals that are awesome. The straps and soles are replaceable, which is handy. http://www.chacos.com/US/en-US/Product. ... mensions=0
  14. PadreTeeJay

    Which Osprey backpack?

    I just want to echo Tom's thanks to all. I think I will be taking a pack that is a bit smaller than my 65. Will definitely be checking out another Osprey pack, I do love the one I have. Blessings!
  15. PadreTeeJay

    Which Osprey backpack?

    I have an Atmos 65, will that be too much pack for the camino? After reading these posts considering bringing something smaller. Thoughts? Blessings... T.J.
  16. PadreTeeJay

    Flying into Paris???

    Thank you all! I think I am going to fly into Paris then take the train down. I have yet to spend any time in Paris/ France and would enjoy the time in the city and on the train. Katherine what is the website for purchasing the tickets if you have it handy? Blessings! T.J.
  17. PadreTeeJay

    Flying into Paris???

    So I am departing the US for my first Camino in June 2013. I had planned on flying into Paris then catching a train down to St. Jean. Has anyone else done this or is there another way that you would recommend? Thank you!
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