- Camino(s) past & future
24 May- 14 July (2016)CF
Hospitalera, Zamora Dec 15-31, (2017), Hospitalera Grañón Dec 15-31 (2018)
Looked it up online and the community is beautiful. How has your weather been?
Did they give you back your money? Hope the ankle is not too bad.There is indeed a refugio in Bonmatí -- a municipal -- I paid my 9€ and they took me there, but then it turns out they're letting a homeless person use it, and suddenly I can no longer sleep there, says the mayor
Of course they did, but perhaps forcing a pilgrim to sleep outside instead of in the pilgrim refuge because you've put someone in there, not a pilgrim, to help them not sleep outside is still pretty insane.Did they give you back your money? Hope the ankle is not too bad.
Done -- sleeping in the Presbytery on a nice mattress on the floor (no priest here any more, the town hall is in charge of it) ; I'm exhausted from the indigestion (which has pretty much gone now), and so I'm already in bed though it's just 6 PMand here's hoping for somewhere not too sordid to lay my sleeping bag down
There are remedies for indigestion...Done -- sleeping in the Presbytery on a nice mattress on the floor (no priest here any more, the town hall is in charge of it) ; I'm exhausted from the indigestion (which has pretty much gone now), and so I'm already in bed though it's just 6 PM
I just might see you! I would love that, you have so many stories to tell...Hope you are feeling better today. Got word this week that Phil and I will be hospitaleros in Estella at Albergue de San Miguel the last half of July. We'll be in Santiago going to language school the first half.
Well, the process took (and in fact still is taking) longer than I'd hoped, so that no re-start date earlier than late September or early October is now achievable ; because of some necessaries I need to acquire or re-acquire, including meds, but also stuff like socks, "new" Windows Phone (upgrade), a 2nd pair of size 14 army boots (for better long-term management of the footgear), and a replacement great big black pilgrim cape -- sigh ...Best wishes as you prepare for the third segment and congrats on navigating the administrative paperwork! Phil and I are back home in Boise after our hospitalero work in Estella and a side trip to help Care for my ailing parents. Do you plan to start later in the fall to avoid the heat or will you begin again soon?
Thank you !!How wonderful for you, Jabba!
My feeling is that of a weight lifted from my mind ...What a blessing for you. Only a month away, but hopefully plenty of time to restock your gear (cape, socks, boots) as mentioned earlier.
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