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Camigos in S Devon 2020

Tia Valeria

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A happy new year to all, and here is our thread for this next year.
Hoping that we can continue to meet up here in South Devon and chat about the Camino
Buen Caminos peregrinos
 

Tia Valeria

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I am in Cornwall and would love some contact with other pilgrims in South West...
It would be great if you can get to meet up with us, we usually go to Darts Farm near Exeter. Accessible by bus or car and also train nearby
If you 'watch' this thread and 'with email' ticked then you should see when we plan to meet next. Probably early March or maybe late February.
Usually we suggest a few dates and then eliminate those that are no good, or go for the one that is most popular.
:)
 

kim in cornwall

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Novice, plan to walk from porto in September.
Thank you so much for your speedy reply. Hoping to walk Vdlp this year, so would welcome the chance to compare notes etc etc.
 

Tia Valeria

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I was hoping to find another pilgrim who is walking the VdlP in 2020.
It might be easier to find that on the VdlP thread, but one of the 'Camigos' might just be walking.
 

Tia Valeria

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A Happy and Hopeful New Year to all the Camigos in South Devon.
Cheers from Oz -
Jenny
Not sure exactly where you live @JennyH94 but hope the awful fires are not affecting you.
Any plans yet for 2020 and the UK??
 

JennyH94

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Not sure exactly where you live @JennyH94 but hope the awful fires are not affecting you.
Any plans yet for 2020 and the UK??
Thanks for your concern regarding the bushfires, Tia Valeria. Steve and I have a second home at Culburra Beach in the Shoalhaven on the NSW South Coast. We’ve had bushfires near us but we’re safe. It’s been devastating for all who’ve been affected - so many fires, so widespread in many areas of Australia - and it’s a worrying time for everyone who live near bushland areas.
Plans for 2020 are still not set - I’m waiting on news from the Pilgrim Office as to whether or not my application has been accepted. I hope to hear late January/early February. I’ll be in touch once I hear from them.
In the meantime, a Happy and Hopeful New Year to you, ‘Tio Tel’ and all the Camigos in South Devon.
Cheers from Oz -
Jenny
 

Atc

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SJPDP to Santiago 2020
I live midway between Callington and Launceston, where were you based?
I lived just outside Camborne. My parents still live in Cornwall. I've walked a fair bit of the SWCP down there..... you are really lucky.....I miss Cornwall a lot.
 

Atc

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Have you plans for a camino this year?
Yes. I'm walking the Camino Frances this Spring. I've just started training..... the dreaded backpack starts coming with me on Monday lol. You're spoilt for choice with training routes aren't you? The Moors are really boggy at the moment, and our coastline up here isn't a patch on the Cornish coastline.
 

hecate105

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Hi Kim, we cycled the VdlP a few years ago - so pm me if you have any queries. We did cycle most of the walker's route...!
There is also another group who are doing walks - usually with a pub visit! in Devon/Cornwall - all Camino folk, so pm if you are interested in that.
Hopefully, we will be having a meet up at Dart's Farm or the Cathedral this spring (any dates Tia?!) so if you come to that you will get plenty of advice/feedback etc!!
 

kim in cornwall

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Novice, plan to walk from porto in September.
Hi Kim, we cycled the VdlP a few years ago - so pm me if you have any queries. We did cycle most of the walker's route...!
There is also another group who are doing walks - usually with a pub visit! in Devon/Cornwall - all Camino folk, so pm if you are interested in that.
Hopefully, we will be having a meet up at Dart's Farm or the Cathedral this spring (any dates Tia?!) so if you come to that you will get plenty of advice/feedback etc!!
 

kim in cornwall

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Novice, plan to walk from porto in September.
Thank you for that. Would love to attend Camigos meeting. Looking as though I will be walking from Viseu to S de C now
 

hecate105

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Haven't been there but we cycled from Sintra, following the inland route from Porto. I know many of the Camigos are experienced walkers of all the Portuguese routes.... so good for info!
 

hecate105

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Meant to say - I thought it was a stunning route - the countryside, the people, the vinho verde....!
 

Tia Valeria

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Hopefully, we will be having a meet up at Dart's Farm or the Cathedral this spring (any dates Tia?!) so if you come to that you will get plenty of advice/feedback etc!!
Thinking about a Tuesday in March.
We cannot be sure about a Saturday at present due to family visits, but maybe some one else can organise something for a Saturday and we will sort the Tuesday.
Any suggestions for which Tuesday at Darts Farm?
 
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hecate105

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And there's a plethora of March tuesdays...!
I cannot do the 31st - looking after too many dogs...:rolleyes:
 

Tia Valeria

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And there's a plethora of March tuesdays...!
I cannot do the 31st - looking after too many dogs...:rolleyes:
Can we suggest Tuesday 3rd. Early enough that folk might not have started walking and leaves the rest of March free if some-one does want to organise a Saturday somewhere as well.
:)
 

Tia Valeria

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May I attend? ? Time and venue?
Be great to see you there.

For Kim and others new to our 'get-togethers':-
Darts Farm is near Topsham, just east of Exeter. Good parking, also not too far from train (Exeter - Exmouth line) and a bus stop almost outside. You can find it on google maps.
We usually meet any time from 11.00 onwards until after lunch - about 2.00pm. There is a delicatessen and also a fish and chip bar. [Note - not the main restaurant]
I will post a diagram here before the 3rd March, but it is on the threads for previous years if you want to look.
One of our Exeter Camigos might be able to post the bus number and times :)
 

Tia Valeria

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Just a reminder about our get-together on Tuesday 3rd.
For those who have not been before here is the plan of the farm shop/cafe area.
First there usually try for the big round table if it is free so if you are first please do that if you can.
And hopefully we will not be rained off this time.......
 

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Isca-camigo

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Just a reminder about our get-together on Tuesday 3rd.
For those who have not been before here is the plan of the farm shop/cafe area.
First there usually try for the big round table if it is free so if you are first please do that if you can.
And hopefully we will not be rained off this time.......
Afraid I can't come to this one but best wishes to all.
 

hecate105

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Good to see you all and chat on tuesday.
Am copying in an email from Wendy in case anyone wants to attend - (beautiful Holy Well at St Neots too!!)
Dear CSJ Friends,

I am delighted to let you know that we are having a Practical Pilgrim Day at The Village Hall, St Neot, Cornwall on Saturday March 14th, 10.so - 3.30. This is an ideal opportunity for anyone thinking about a Camino pilgrimage to come along and meet like-minded people, and to share the experiences and knowledge of fellow Camino enthusiasts. To tempt you further, there will be a pasty lunch!

You are all most welcome to attend. Please would you help to spread the word amongst any other walking groups, those at your church, and so on? We would be most grateful. I have attached a poster just in case you are able to print it off and distribute it locally. The event is being organised by Tony Ward, the CSJ Treasurer, and his phone number is on the poster.

As usual, Charles and I have a few spare places in our car if anyone would like to share a lift from Plymouth.

With warm regards to all,

Wendy
wendyemartin@hotmail.co.uk


Wendy has a program of pilgrimage-related walks/events in the Sw too- including Princetown on the 21st march.
 

Tia Valeria

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Good to see you there @hecate105 , and @CarolamS .

We might look at trying to meet up before August but no promises at the present time.
All being well we will try to meet in November and then feel that it is time for some one else to organise meetings. Any takers???
:):)
 

hecate105

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If someone is happy to do it for the next couple of years (while I'm off cycling!) I'd be happy to do it after that....! jo
 

Tia Valeria

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If someone is happy to do it for the next couple of years (while I'm off cycling!) I'd be happy to do it after that....! jo
Sounds good :) We will keep going quite happily for the rest of this year. It is 2021 that we feel might need a change until @hecate105 gets back. Anyone??
 

Tia Valeria

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Well..... we hung on as long as we could but yesterday finally cancelled our booking for May. Partial refund on its way. Very sad as this was to have been our final time.
However we are enjoying the current lovely weather in a beautiful part of the world.
One day we will meet again, until then God bless you all.
 
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Sorry you had to miss out on your final trip @Tia Valeria and thank you for all the organising of Camigos in S Devon. I really appreciated meeting you and Terry before my Camino and hearing your advice and enthusiasm. I won't be walking the Primitivo this year either. But one day I will get there and will send you my good thoughts and wishes when I do.
I can try and 'temp' for @hecate105 next year if you like. At least I can put out feelers to see if anyone would like to meet up.
 

miguel_gp

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Well..... we hung on as long as we could but yesterday finally cancelled our booking for May. Partial refund on its way. Very sad as this was to have been our final time.
However we are enjoying the current lovely weather in a beautiful part of the world.
One day we will meet again, until then God bless you all.
Hi Tia Valeria, so sorry to hear that your final trip had to be cancelled ☹. I hope that you and Terry are both well and enjoying the sunshine? I haven't really been too active in the forum in recent months but will keep an eye on the thread for future meetup dates later this year, assuming social distancing relaxes over time.

Thank you for your Camigos organisation across the last few years and Buen Camino/Buen Camigo in your pursuits outside of the Camino. x
 

Tia Valeria

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Hi Tia Valeria, so sorry to hear that your final trip had to be cancelled ☹. I hope that you and Terry are both well and enjoying the sunshine? I haven't really been too active in the forum in recent months but will keep an eye on the thread for future meetup dates later this year, assuming social distancing relaxes over time.

Thank you for your Camigos organisation across the last few years and Buen Camino/Buen Camigo in your pursuits outside of the Camino. x
Good to hear from you @miguel_gp . One day hopefully we will all meet up again and it would be great if you could join us. Meanwhile we are enjoying the sunshine and continue to walk around our local back lanes for our daily exercise. Only very short today between rain.
Haven't been in a shop for 6 weeks but have good deliveries from local greengrocer and from organic on-line shop and friend and neighbours are filling the gaps. We are used to home baking - I make bread bread, and we both make cakes etc. Terry is just starting a croissant mix ready for tomorrow and we will share them with said friend and neighbours. (Delivery to doorstep :)) Then I have the ingredients for Tarta de Santiago. Just to keep the Camino in mind.

How are other Camigos doing? and maybe also what are you doing while staying home?
 

miguel_gp

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Well I'm basically working full-time from home. Office set up in the back of the sitting room and I'm as busy, if not more busy, as I was while working in the office. How does that work? :eek:
Unusually, I did not have a Camino already planned and booked for this year so I haven't had to cancel anything, although I was hoping to maybe go in the Autumn prior to the Covid measures. A couple of groups of my friends and a group my son had organised have all had to cancel/postpone their plans for Spring/Early Summer Caminos. I'm gutted for them but obviously there is no other course of action.
Take Care Camigos.
 

hecate105

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Such a shame - but like you say - we do live in the loveliest of places.... We have been exploring the lanes locally too - it is amazing how many footpaths/tracks we have never walked or walked 20 years ago...!
We have been building a porch - incorporating some stained glass and glass bricks (mostly from freecycle!) - yesterday i was able to put my ducks in a row (literally at least!) on the shelf and then put my statue of St James next to them....and might rustle up a tortilla later!!
 

Tia Valeria

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Croissants cooked and ready to eat :). Shared, straight out of the oven and 'untouched by human hand' with neighbours who have been helping with shopping and friends opposite.
Looking forward to ours and putting the rest in the freezer for later.....
 

Tia Valeria

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We wonder how some of the 'Camigos' are doing these days. Sadly it does not seem practical to organise a meeting at present because of all the rules re contact, masks etc. and uncertainty over where the next 'hotspot' might be. Maybe some private meetings arranged by PM is the way forward for now for those who want to meet.
It is good to follow Johnnie Walker's pilgrimage on 'We walk for you' which @miguel_gp is posting for them. Thank you for that.
Meanwhile we continue to walk around here and hope to maybe have a few days self-catering some where before winter
 

Isca-camigo

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Hi Valerie, Im fine, I have been working but had a 3 month quiet period( end of May to end of August) where I was waiting for my next placement, I have been on full pay but I almost wished I had been furloughed so I could have gone away and done something active (walk from Le Puy 😆 ).
My partner is back from Madrid and self isolating at our home, I have moved out for that period. The place I have moved to has shared faculties with several other people, one of them is a teacher for 11-16 year olds, she has already been tested because she had symptoms, negative, if she does come down with something I could be here for weeks while we all go down with symptoms at different times and have to self isolate recurringly. It does have a nice garden so might not be that bad.
I can't see us meeting up as group for a while. I have decided to play it safe and apart from work, shopping and excersise I am avoiding public areas as much as I can. The south west has been very fortunate in respect to the rest of the country regarding this virus but with schools going back and thousands of students coming back in stages over the next week's to Exeter Uni that might change. All the best
Mike
 

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Hi All,
I am all well down in Plymouth, my wife and I decided at the outset that we would maintain a strict quarantine even when things began to move again. I had luckily stored a fair amount of dry and tinned goods before Covid had reared its evil head. (tip off from a friend who works in customs and was concerned about supply re brexit). I was only going out every two weeks for fresh veg and topping up what we had used from our store. We had been due to visit Spain and rent an apartment from friends on the coast near the Cabo de Gata national park at the end of May and that was obviously cancelled, we kept in touch and were impressed with the reports they gave us on how day to day life was progressing.
As lockdown was easing we were very concerned how people seemed to be recklessly going about their business so we maintained our isolation. Our friends had lost all uk rentals and things were getting very bad for them with no rental income and no support from the Spanish government. They had taken Spanish residency two years ago
At the beginning of July Brittany Ferries restarted the Plymouth -Santander route so we made the decision to visit them in Spain, I couldn't get a booking on the first crossing and eventually managed to book a crossing on the 12th July. It was flat calm all the way and everyone complied with the facemask rules, with 50% occupancy it was a very strange crossing and we felt very safe. We broke the trip south and stayed in a Holiday Inn Express just south of Madrid. We had taken enough food for the journey so had no need to venture out. On arrival at the apartment the Andalusian government imposed compulsory face mask wearing at all times unless sat at a bar eating or drinking, walking on or too the beach etc. It was compulsory walking around the swimming pool until you entered the water. There were taped off sections where you could sit on the grass as all beds were removed. I know it sounds a bit strange but it made us feel very safe.
Then Boris introduced the two week quarantine for people returning from Spain so the few new bookings our friends had received all cancelled, I checked with our insurance company and they said as we had started our trip before the new regulations were imposed we were covered.
We took advantage of this and extended the holiday twice and ended up staying for 29 days. it only cost us £20 to vary the ferry booking. The beaches were a lot quieter and the Police had employed beach marshals who continually patrolled and enthusiastically enforced the distancing rules and face mask wearing. many fines were issued and if you protested they were instantly doubled to 120 euro.
We arrived back in Plymouth on the 13th August and entered the two week quarantine with our children dropping essential supplies at the front door.
Sorry its a bit long but it was an interesting trip to Spain, we had planned to follow the camino Frances route towards Santiago from Burgos and then the VDLP in reverse on our original holiday over a three week period plus staying on the coast for three weeks. Next year? maybe?
Hope everyone is safe and i am looking forward to the time when we can resume the meetings
 

Tia Valeria

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We are well too but still being very careful. Walking most days but little else. One day we might meet again........☺
 

miguel_gp

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We wonder how some of the 'Camigos' are doing these days. Sadly it does not seem practical to organise a meeting at present because of all the rules re contact, masks etc. and uncertainty over where the next 'hotspot' might be. Maybe some private meetings arranged by PM is the way forward for now for those who want to meet.
It is good to follow Johnnie Walker's pilgrimage on 'We walk for you' which @miguel_gp is posting for them. Thank you for that.
Meanwhile we continue to walk around here and hope to maybe have a few days self-catering some where before winter
Hi @Tia Valeria and @TerryB,
All good, still working hard. I managed a brief trip out to Santiago towards the end of July. Not to walk but to celebrate a birthday. Felt very safe on the journey there and back and whilst in Santiago itself, although the UK introduced the 14 day quarantine while I was away so I had that to look forward to on return.
Glad that you enjoyed the various blogs and videos from the WeWalkForYou project. It was great to be a part of it and it almost felt that I was there (but not quite 😞).
Hope to meet up again when it is safe to do so.
 

hecate105

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Hi All, there is a 'distanced' walk planned to Exeter Cathedral - if anyone in the area is interested...?!
I will cut n paste info below:

We have now agreed a date of Saturday Oct 10th for the one-day pilgrimage to Exeter Cathedral.

Here is the link which leads you to a description of the walk: https://britishpilgrimage.org/portfolio/exeter-cathedral-pilgrimage-in-a-day/

The options are to take the 9 mile walk from Newton St Cyres, or the 4 mile circular walk. If there is interest in both versions, then Charles will lead one group and I will lead the other. We will then all meet up at the Cathedral at an agreed time, and anyone who does not want to walk, but would like to join us at the cathedral and then for Tea, can do so. Further details will be sent out to anyone who expresses an interest in coming along. Charles and I will walk the route shortly to check on the going. We will also check on bus times to return to Newton St Cyres to collect our cars. This walk is subject to weather and to any government restrictions in place on the day. Please confirm if you are thinking of coming.

If anyone in Camigos is thinking of joining either walk - let me know and I'll get you added to the group email,
jo
 
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Hola Camigos

I am late catching this as I have been in Wales. My son, his girlfriend and I walked the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Not quite a Camino but certainly a challenging walk! It is 186 miles long with total ascents of 32,000 feet. I would recommend it to anyone as it is truly stunning scenery. However the path has been designed to be as close to the cliff edge as possible which I frequently found scary, so be warned.

To be as safe as possible we stayed in a holiday chalet at Freshwater East and used two cars to reach each stage. First we drove to the end point (hard to get our heads around to begin with), left one car there then drove to the start point. At the end of each days walk we then drove back to the start to retrieve that car. Everyone we met along the path was very conscious of distancing and we turned our backs if close. Our chalet included a washing machine - what luxury no hand washing socks in a sink!

We saw literally hundreds of seals and pups which was wonderful though they were usually a long way below us. St David's is only a mile from the path so a visit to the Cathedral is easy to incorporate into any plans. Right on the path is the ruins of St Non's Chapel, the site where St David was reputedly born. St Non was the mother of David and near this ruined chapel is St Non's Well, reputed to have healing properties. I particularly liked St Govan's Chapel which is built into the side of a cliff, a hermit's cell dating back to the 6th century.

I hope anyone who was to walk their first Camino this year has not given up the idea and will be able to go once they feel safe enough. It will be a worthwhile and amazing experience one day 🙏
 

hecate105

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Sounds lovely - we really want to walk that route soon - we have cycled the south coast of Wales to St Davids - and that had some awesome hills!! I am not good with heights either!!
 

Tia Valeria

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St David's and the 2 chapels, St Non's and St Govan's, etc I remember from chidlhood visits and also from a holiday about 30 years ago. We still have the double sided woollen blanket that my mother bought at the Solva woollen mill 60 years ago.
We have taken to walking on Dartmoor lately but no plans for further afield at present - too many quick changes and uncertainties with 'rules'. Latest walk was along the granite railway skirting Hay Tor and then over it to come back to the car. Thinking about next walk for next week - in addition to walking locally.
Best wishes to you all :)
 

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