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J Willhaus

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Richard of York

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2021
Yes, absolutely. With that, I have had 3 children, I would have done it. There may be a few minutes of having to carry it because of steepness, roots, steps, stepping stones, etc. but with two of you and every other pilgrim near you you can do it. I met two guys, one in a wheelchair, and we all helped on the difficult bits that day.

It's something to lean on too, so in fact it might be easier.
 

Friend from Barquinha

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Hi,

We are doing the Camino Frances in June with our little one. We plan on doing it with a Thule buggy, link here - https://www.halfords.com/baby-and-c...e-2-jogging-stroller----jet-black-630598.html

I just wanted some advice on whether you think this is ok on the trail.

Thanks!
One thought--something jet black might be very hot for them given the season. Any way of, without adding much weight, having something light-coloured to mask some of the black, cut down heat absorption?

It can be REALLY hot!
 

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