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  1. Dunny Ramsay

    Status of the Cowboy Bar

    I wrote a little poem last night inspired by this post, and by some comments I'd seen elsewhere: COWBOY BAR The guy online confessed his sin of never darkening the door, because he thought it more a theme best suited to a Texan place. As so the Cowboy Bar was skipped, a waypost in El Ganso...
  2. Dunny Ramsay

    Winter Camino Francés video (arrived January 6th, 2021)

    David: Thanks for the video which offered many pleasant memories. And, speaking as a parent, thanks for keeping in touch with your mom while you were on your Camino; she clearly raised a strong, confident and courteous son. While I concur with some of the commenters, I admire the way you...
  3. Dunny Ramsay

    LIVE from the Camino ...laughing all "The Way"...

    God love you, Ginnie! You're the only one who's known DR, or Davies for that matter. 5th biz is my favourite book, and Dunny is my fave character. Given the plethora of saints on the CF I felt his was an appropriate avatar.
  4. Dunny Ramsay

    LIVE from the Camino ...laughing all "The Way"...

    "Oh the weather on the Camino Is great for all that we know. But three weeks of sun were for show... Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow..." Yes. Snow. Between Bercianos del Real Camino and El Burgo Ranero. Not in the Pyrenees. On the meseta. And, despite three weeks of mainly glorious...
  5. Dunny Ramsay

    Starting My First Camino

    See you on the way? Maybe? My first too! Ultreaia!
  6. Dunny Ramsay

    But would it fit in my backpack...?

    My colleagues at my university communications department honoured me with this custom cake on Friday at our staff meeting. I did not want to cut into such a beautiful gift, but finally relented (and ate the bottom half of the pilgrim on the right). I start my pilgrimage on April 5, buoyed by the...
  7. Dunny Ramsay

    Natural History Along the Camino Frances

    I concur with the kudos of The Pilgrimage Road to Santiago. Lovely, dense, filled with detailed "raphic" descriptions (geog and hagiog). Also, for this former farm boy, lovely bits about the crops and vedge along the way. Wish that I could carry it with me, but then I'd need a truss as well as...
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