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Camino(s) past & future
April (2017)
#1
"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 weather, I kinda liked it!

My pack was lighter since I wore most of my clothes. My Boomerang poncho worked a treat, cutting the wind and keeping me dry, first time out of the bag. And I substituted Christmas songs for the marches I usually hum.

I was grouchy in Sahagún; I think the Lord wanted to give me a little wake-up call. Didn't have any bells for Bobtail, but it did make spirits bright!
 
Camino(s) past & future
It is eternity now, it always has been and it always will be. We are in the midst of it.
#5
"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 weather, I kinda liked it!

My pack was lighter since I wore most of my clothes. My Boomerang poncho worked a treat, cutting the wind and keeping me dry, first time out of the bag. And I substituted Christmas songs for the marches I usually hum.

I was grouchy in Sahagún; I think the Lord wanted to give me a little wake-up call. Didn't have any bells for Bobtail, but it did make spirits bright!
Wow, one of my favourite places, would have loved to be there singing ''Jingle Bells''.
I was high up on the Ridgeway near Marlborough yesterday and got a good pelting with hailstones.
Buen Camino
Davie
 

pitztop

Infected with the Camino Virus
Camino(s) past & future
2014 - CF & Fisterra
2015 - Zurich > Le Puy > SdC > Muxia > Fisterra
2017 - VdlP & Fisterra
#6
"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 weather, I kinda liked it!

My pack was lighter since I wore most of my clothes. My Boomerang poncho worked a treat, cutting the wind and keeping me dry, first time out of the bag. And I substituted Christmas songs for the marches I usually hum.

I was grouchy in Sahagún; I think the Lord wanted to give me a little wake-up call. Didn't have any bells for Bobtail, but it did make spirits bright!
Take a look at my icon picture. That was taken towards the end of May in 2014. After the heat of the Meseta, I loved the snow.
 
Camino(s) past & future
frances 2017
#7
"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 weather, I kinda liked it!

My pack was lighter since I wore most of my clothes. My Boomerang poncho worked a treat, cutting the wind and keeping me dry, first time out of the bag. And I substituted Christmas songs for the marches I usually hum.

I was grouchy in Sahagún; I think the Lord wanted to give me a little wake-up call. Didn't have any bells for Bobtail, but it did make spirits bright!
"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 weather, I kinda liked it!

My pack was lighter since I wore most of my clothes. My Boomerang poncho worked a treat, cutting the wind and keeping me dry, first time out of the bag. And I substituted Christmas songs for the marches I usually hum.

I was grouchy in Sahagún; I think the Lord wanted to give me a little wake-up call. Didn't have any bells for Bobtail, but it did make spirits bright!

Cannot picture Dunstan Ramsay--or Robertson Davis, either--on the Camino, and I did try to visualize it.
 
Camino(s) past & future
April (2017)
#10
Cannot picture Dunstan Ramsay--or Robertson Davis, either--on the Camino, and I did try to visualize it.
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.
 

Mike Savage

So many friends to meet . . . so little time
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Francés,Inglés
Muxia/Finisterre
Português Coastal
Português Central
Sanabrés
#12
Had a dusting of snow here in Salt Lake City today too.

Buen Camino Dunny, I'm glad you are having a good time and enjoying the weather and the meseta!
 


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