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David

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First one in 2005 from Moissac, France.
And to you Allen, and all pilgrims, past, future, and present - including the pagans, aetheists and agnostics.

Happy Easter
 

tyrrek

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Annie and Allan and everyone else. Happy Easter! Last year I arrived in Santiago on Easter Sunday. This year wasn't so exciting. I was at home and gave myself a haircut instead. It didn't have the same sense of achievement at all, and indeed the results are much more open to question. :shock: Buen Camino!
 
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Al the optimist

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Touche Annie. I haven't seen yours either.
Alan/Allen/Allan - there are many ways to spell it. Mine, "Allan", was an accident. My father told the registrar that my forenames would be Allan and James (prophetic?), but the registrar was a little too quick and had written "All" before my father could add "with 2 As". I am not precious about people spelling it differently - who cares? However seeing it written differently above gives me an excuse to explain that I am not Welsh. Why, you may ask. Well Allan in Welsh means exit. Or "The Way out"?
Sorry, I have a warped sense of humour. :)
 

robertt

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Happy Easter all. I'm at home minding our rural valley while the neighbours are on holidays. I'm thinking lots about the Chemin d'Arles. There are no possibilities or dollars...but I bet I get there. And I'll bet everyone else here who really wants to hit that Camino trail will make it there. It's a James thing.
 

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