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List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your story

#1
Hi everyone,
I have been searching the site, but haven't been able to find a topic that just has listings of people's pilgrim blogs (all in one place)

How about sending replies here with your blog URL here so we can all easily find and read each other's Camino stories?

Mine is: http://www.caminopilgrimage.blogspot.com

I'd love to read yours!
Suzanne

PS, if there is a topic for this on the site already, can someone let me know?
 
#4
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

If you have a Blogger account you can start here with my Via de la Plata blog:
http://viamermaid.blogspot.com/2008/05/ ... start.html

If you don´t you can access it through my myspace page:
http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fusea ... D=67507452
and start with "A Little Hop to Sevilla". Then it will take you to blogger without having to open an account.

As I sit here, nursing this ankle (which thank you it IS getting better and I will be back on the Via hopefully by next week) it gives me time to put up all my blogging online. I am enjoying reading alot of other people´s blogs,
Love Love Love (the Via)
Lillian
 

ksam

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Portuguese '08, Frances '11, del Norte '14, Invierno '16, Ingles '17, Primitivo October 2018
#5
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

Rachel !!! Your a riot! I damn near snorted coffee onto my keyboard when I read the name of you blog!! With a title like that I am putting you in my Fav's list so I can keep track of your journey! Thank you for one of the best laughs I've had at the computer (at work, shhhhhhh) in a while. Now excuse me while I go blow my nose!!

Karin :D
 

ivar

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#7

3rkp

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#8
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

Thanks Ivar and ksam. I'm in Santiago now, staying at the Melia Arneguary (I think that's what it's called.) I got into the city on Friday evening, and I'm still exhausted and still trying to think through the last month. Mostly, though, I just wish I had another 800km to walk.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Home to Reims 2007
Reims to Limoges 2008
Camino Ingles 2009
Limoges to Gernica 2009
Gernica to San Vicente de la Barquera 2010
San Vicente to La Isla 2012
La Isla to Santiago Sept/Oct 2014
#11
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

Well, we've finally written up our journal from last year,

http://buchaneers7.wordpress.com/

and might manage to do some en route this year, but probably more in retrospect afterwards.

I feel a bit shy, giving the address here for all to see!
love
 

KiwiNomad06

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Le Puy-Santiago(2008) Cluny-Conques+prt CF(2012)
#12
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

A great read Bridget..... I had a quick look-see and will be back for more later!!! Great to read it from a cyclists' point of view, on an 'earlier' part of the route.
Margaret
 

sillydoll

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
2002 CF: 2004 from Paris: 2006 VF: 2007 CF: 2009 Aragones, Ingles, Finisterre: 2011 X 2 on CF: 2013 'Caracoles': 2014 CF and Ingles 'Caracoles":2015 Logrono-Burgos (Hospitalero San Anton): 2016 La Douay to Aosta/San Gimignano to Rome:

Jorygen

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2007), Camino Frances (2008)
#14
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

Hi Everyone

Gen and I walked from St-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Logrono in April this year but we were forced to suspend our journey due to a bad knee injury. Gen is recovering from knee surgery and will remain at home in Australia while I attempt to complete the Camino Frances.

My blog can be found at: http://www.jorygen.blogspot.com/

Buen Camino
John
 
#18
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

Hi,
I have just managed to get a travel blog opened and have made my first entry. My grammar is quite bad and I apolise for this. Even though it is a bit embarasing I will still write in my blog - my travel details and add photos as often as I can so my frinds and family can see them and know what I am upto.
I have even managed to put in a photo I took the other day and have my next entry ready with photos of my Pilgrim Backpack Items.

Regards Begonia

http://www.travelblog.org/Bloggers/BegoniaD/
or http://www.mtb.org.BegoniaD
 
#19
Hi Suzanne,
The other day in that beautiful pilgrim church Op Hodenpijl between The Hague and Rotterdam I met the artist Mrs. Joke Koele ( http://www.ophodenpijl.nl/activiteiten/ ... Joke_Koele ) who's exhibiting her spiritual drawings there this month. She explained how her art showes a way into the inner self. I told her what makes me tick on this forum and then -without hesitation- Mrs Koele said: That way you'll have to go alone! At first I thought: How can that be?, but then slowly some questions disappeared. She gave me a card with one of her drawings saying: Allow yourself that one way. It will take you anywhere.
Enjoy!
Geert
http://king-early-days.blogspot.com
 
#20
I have just started putting together a pilgrim blog, it's in Swedish though but maybe someone might have some use for it. I have a page of walking quotes in English for inspiration.
The pictures and youtube music videos ought to be universal!
We intend to update it while we are on the road, mainly because my two sons (9 and 15) will be spending 3 weeks with their father (we are divorced) and hopefully we will be able to let them know what we are up to. I'm hoping it will be possible to post some pictures along the way, does anyone here have experiences of that?

Michael (lanval) thank you so much for your blog, I read through all the way to Burgos (our final destination this year) your wonderful pictures and colorful descriptions made it feel as if I was already there. I loved the picture of the café con leche and cheese boccadillo, you could almost taste it! Very useful to see the pictures of all kinds of different paths and road surface, good to know what your shoes and feet need to cope with.
Your link to the Camino Planner was very useful too!

Link to my Swedish blog (although called "The Wanderer") http://hali.bloggsida.se/
 
#21
Re: List your pilgrim blog URL Here - we want to read your stori

WolverineDG said:
Check out the listing on the Site Home page. :)

My blog is http://www.kellyonthecaminofrances.blogspot.com Enjoy!

Kelly
Hi Kelly, thank you so much for the link to your blog! I just started reading and will now sit down with a cup of tea and some dark chocolate to enjoy the rest of it just as I would a good novel!

Loved your colourful description of Beza and the BGT2s, and as my 15 year old son would describe it: I was "ROFL" (rolling on the floor laughing) while reading the post "NO VINO POR LOS PEREGRINOS!!"
 

KiwiNomad06

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Le Puy-Santiago(2008) Cluny-Conques+prt CF(2012)
#23
Actually, Kelly, they have another way of making sure the early birds in the morning don't get any wine either. They turf you out of the municipal albergue in Estella by 7.15am. And they serve breakfast at some crazy hour before that- can't remember exactly when but maybe it was 6.15am. Then the wine fountain isn't actually serving wine until 8am. So the whole crowd from the municipal albergue has pretty much gone by before the wine begins to flow!!!
Margaret

PS I am not even a wine drinker but I had to laugh at the joke of it all :shock:
 

falcon269

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Camino(s) past & future
yes
#24
The savvy ones I walked with went over in the afternoon after getting a bed in Estella. Plenty of wine!
 

veram

New Member
#29
Hello everyone! I'm starting my camino frances on saturday from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port... i'm so excited and nervous that i haven't slept much for couple of nights! :D
Well here is my blog (i'm sorry but it's only in finnish): http://veerasway.blogspot.com

Buen camino to all! :)
-Veera
 

nellpilgrim

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
SDC-Fisterra 08/Camino Frances SJPP to SDC 09/Nuremburg-SDC 11- ongoing
#31
Shell Shock-Nell's Big Walk
Blog on Walk from SJPP (2009) to Santiago and Santiago to Fisterra (2008)
It's listed under any posts I make on the forum but someone told me they didn't see the link it until it was referred to in the text.

http://bigwalky.blogspot.com/
 
#32
Hi Everyone:

I am enjoying everyone's blogs and am in the process of designing my own for my Camino in April/May '10. I would appreciate any experience you could share relative to blogging while actually on the Camino.

First, how easy it to blog while actually on the Camino? Are computers accessible and do you need to bring yoru own cable to upload pictures from your camera?

Second, did any of you find it to disruptive mentally to being into the Camino? Can it reasonably fit into the logistics of the day?

Thanks for your thoughts.

Louise
Ctlou
 

falcon269

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Camino(s) past & future
yes
#33
Be alert using computers in Spain. If you plug anything into a USB port, you may be at risk when you connect that device to something else. Photo cards have been reported as corrupted by public computers, and flash drives can carry viruses home to your computer there. Computers in libraries and albergues may be the most secure. Internet centers and bars probably are the most risky. I used computers that had months of history and cookies. Programs that capture your passwords should be expected.

Details are not available yet, but the following current event is about computer fraud operating out of Spain.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-27080_3-10462718-245.html
 
#35
Hey Sandi
don't knock yourself-enjoying it even the placenta pics or A velamentous insertion of the umbilical cord into the membranes,thats a first for any blog i've ever read :shock:
will be one week behind you.
have a great camino.
Ian
 
#38
sagalouts said:
Hey Sandi
don't knock yourself-enjoying it even the placenta pics or A velamentous insertion of the umbilical cord into the membranes,thats a first for any blog i've ever read :shock:
will be one week behind you.
have a great camino.
Ian
LOL, Ian... glad you enjoyed the placentas :p I am SO ready to go... 10 days and counting! I hope you have a great Camino, as well!
Sandi
 

renegadepilgrim

Veteran Pilgrim and Traveler
Camino(s) past & future
2010: Camino Frances, 2011: Santo Domingo de la Calzada (Hospitalera), 2012: Camino Portuguese from Porto, 2015: Camino Norte
#41
Hey all, starting my camino at the end of the week, but leaving for Paris tomorrow.

My blog is:

http://renegadepilgrim.blogspot.com

This is my usual blog for any trip I have been on, so it also includes my Vespa trip across America and some other trips I have done.
 

lynnejohn

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances(2005), VDLP(2007), Madrid(2009), Ingles(2009), Sur (2011), VDLP(2011)-partial, VDLP(2014)
#42
Buen camino, renegadepilgrim!

Go well.

lynne
 
#43
Hi Everyone:
Well, now I am on deck and it is my turn to have the last minute jitters given I will leave this coming Friday, arrive SJPP on Saturday the 17th and commence my walking on the 18th.

Many of you know Deirdre Magner, I was fortunate enough to meet her one night here in Connecicut and get first hand information on her experriences on the Camino. I thank Deirdre for all the guidance and help she has provided me.

So, here is my blog address http://ctlou.tumblr.com

I hope you will follow me and keep me in your thoughts and prayers.

All the best,
Louise
ctlou
USA
 

MichaelB10398

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Le Puy to Santiago de Compostela, Lourdes to SdC, SJPP to SdC
#44
It will be great to hear about you Camino. Best of luck to you and may you have the wind at your back the entire way.
 
#46
Leaving in late June to complete the camino Frances. We are two sassy, gay , spiritual, mystical women who are sharing our journey from prep to step at http://angelsandlongshots.blogspot.com/
Hope you stop by, subscribe, share or just grab some inspiration. If you have GLBT friends and family feel free to pass us on to them as well.
Enjoy the journey!
mammalama
 

gittiharre

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
CF Austria Czech Le Puy Geneva RLS V. Jacobi V. Regia V. Baltica/Scandinavica Porto Muxia
#48
Here is my/our blog of the Czech Greenways between Prague and Vienna, which crossed the Route of St James in Czesky Krumlov, it was a fabulous walk also. Regards, Gitti
 

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crhutch

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Camino(s) past & future
(2010) March/April SJPP to Santiago and hence to Finisterre
(2016) Hospitalero Grañón 15-31 March
(2016) April Logroño to Santiago
(2017) Hospitalero Zamora 15-31 March
(2017) Hospilatero Emaus, Burgos 1-14 April
#53
We finished our Camino in April, then kicked around Spain for a few months. Our blog is at ourcamino2010.blogspot.com

Un buen Camino!
 

TerryB

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Norte/Primitivo (April/May) 2009: Norte/Primitivo (parts) (April/May) 2010: Inglés (May) 2011: Primitivo (April/May) 2012: Norte / Camino de La Reina (April/May) 2013: Camino del Mar / Inglés (May/June) 2015
#54
Camino(s) past & future
Sarria - Santiago de Compostela June 2010.
Planning Santiago de Compostela to Fisterra and Muxia September 2016.
#57
Hi Everyone!

Just thought I would post my blog http://michaelanolan.blogspot.com
I walked the the Camino in June 2010 from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela.

Michael A Nolan
 
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#59
Calibasco said:
I cycled the route in 2002. Here's the link, graciously hosted by MadridMan:

:arrow: http://www.spainiac.com/journals/caligrino/

It's a transcription of my journal with photos, some mine, some pulled. The route we took began in Valcarlos/Luzaide, Navarra and took us about 518 miles west to Compostela.

I'd love your comments on the read--but also would love to hear comments on your cycling pilgrimage if you've "ridden" the Road.
 
Camino(s) past & future
June 2008 Camino Frances with Daughter, 2014 Camino Frances with Son
#61
Here is the URL for the blog from my daughter and my 2008 Camino Frances.
http://www.savini-santiago.blogspot.com/
I am still amazed that we get hits everyday!
Starting now to think about a Camino with my son in 2013.


I hope the blog still is enjoyable. Many people love my daughter's 16 year old perspective.

Rambler
 

elzi

Active Member
#62
My site probably needs updating, it's missing the photos from the Camino Portguese and virtually everything from my last bit of Frances camping but here it is:

http://www.suzielda.com/camino/

There are an awful lot of other photos...

Also - Rachel - your blog is fantastic, I read it a while back and I loved your honestly, especially the being grumpy on the way into Santiago bit! :D
 

ksam

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Portuguese '08, Frances '11, del Norte '14, Invierno '16, Ingles '17, Primitivo October 2018
#63
Rambler said:
Here is the URL for the blog from my daughter and my 2008 Camino Frances.
http://www.savini-santiago.blogspot.com/
I am still amazed that we get hits everyday!
Starting now to think about a Camino with my son in 2013.


I hope the blog still is enjoyable. Many people love my daughter's 16 year old perspective.

Rambler
Rambler, yours was/is one fantastic blog and I watched avidly as you made your way along the Camino. Your daughter was terrific and your sharing of that time as well as you prep for it, was greatly appreciated. There are certain blogs I send people too when they have questions re the Camino. Yours, Sil's, J. Walker...yours are on the list of very informative and enjoyable! Looking forward the next chapter.

Karin
 

Nandy61

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
2010 CF StJPP to Santiago
2014 CF Leon to Santiago
2015 Primitivo
#65
well here is my blog from this year, 2010 StJPP to Santiago. Its still a work in progress as there are some entries still in the draft stage:

http://strollingexpletive.blogspot.com/

and here's my daughter's. Apparently there were those back home that were getting a kick out of the contrasts. She doesn't have as many entries, as her friend joined her the last two weeks and greatly distracted her, after she woke up from her afternoon siestas!

http://chanifin.wordpress.com/
 
#68

Kialoa3

Active Member
#69
My wife Robin and I arrive in St. Jean on December 14th bound for Santiago. Our journey may be followed at agoodwalkunspoiled.blogspot.com. Encouragement and prayers welcomed.

Cheers,
John
 

justine03

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2010), Camino Fisterra (2010 & 2012), Voie du Puy (2012), Camino del Norte (2012), Camino Primitivo (2012), Camino Portuguese (2012)
#70
Hey all,

I walked from St Jean to Finisterre from September 28-November 1 (2010), but just now feel the urge to share my pics, which you can find here:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1047289881 ... D8o_TC2wE#

I should note ahead that after finishing walking, I went from Santiago to meet my friend in Madrid. We traveled to Valencia, Barcelona, and Zaragoza, before returning to Logrono. From Logrono I took a bus back to Puente la Reina and walked from there back to St Jean. Basically I had some time to kill before catching my flight from CDG back to Canada. So I walked to St Jean and actually continued to Ostabat before turning around and walking back to St Jean again (I think the amis were tired of seeing me by that point lol). Anyway all of my pics are there from Paris-St Jean-Santiago-Finisterre-Madrid- Valencia-Barcelona-Zaragoza-Longrono, and walking again from Puente la Reina-St Jean-Ostabat-St Jean. So, sorry if they are overly-plentiful, but enjoy!
 

Beverley

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2009, Camino Portuguese 2010, Del Norte 2011, Pamplona to Burgos and Santiago to Finnesterra 2012
#71
Thanks for posting your pics. They are a lovely reminder and a little dig in the ribs to get going again.
 
#72
Video Journal of the Camino Frances - October 2010

I did the Camino Frances in October 2010. I don't think I am exaggerating to say it was life changing. The people I met and things I saw were amazing. But perhaps most of all it was just the month I had without any big decisions. My only decisions each day were where should I stop to eat, and where should I stop to rest. I miss it :)

I kept a video journal over the 28 days. Please feel free to check it out and let me know your thoughts: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p ... A93F2F18FF

Buen camino.
 

jennysa

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino F 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 C Aragones 2012, 2017 2018 Via Francigena 2016 & 17 Primitivo 2018
#74
Re: Video Journal of the Camino Frances - October 2010

wilbox79 said:
I did the Camino Frances in October 2010. I don't think I am exaggerating to say it was life changing. The people I met and things I saw were amazing. But perhaps most of all it was just the month I had without any big decisions. My only decisions each day were where should I stop to eat, and where should I stop to rest. I miss it :)

I kept a video journal over the 28 days. Please feel free to check it out and let me know your thoughts: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p ... A93F2F18FF

Buen camino.
Hi Wilbox - I have to tell you that I was quite blown away by your videos. I start walking on 27 April and I can hardly contain my excitement. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing Camino with us.
 

ksam

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Portuguese '08, Frances '11, del Norte '14, Invierno '16, Ingles '17, Primitivo October 2018
#75
sagalouts said:
Hi Wilbox
thanks for posting, loved your video journal, when people ask me whats the Camino like? I now know where to send them.
Ian
Have to agree with Ian! I really enjoyed going thru your posts...in fact just ran 'em all together and had my self a terrific morning! Thanks for sharing them.

Karin
 

lynnejohn

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances(2005), VDLP(2007), Madrid(2009), Ingles(2009), Sur (2011), VDLP(2011)-partial, VDLP(2014)
#76
Congratulations - you've really captured the camino experience so well without going over the top, and I too will share it with folks who come to me for information on the Camino.

We loved watching it - stirs up a lot of memories. Thanks.

lynne
 

CaminoGen

CF May-June 2011; Oloron to Fisterra Sept-Oct 2013
Camino(s) past & future
Camino frances-SJPP. Santiago (2011); Oloron to Fisterra (Sept 5-Oct 23 2013)
#77
Hi Wilbox,

First of all, I would like to say you have amazing taste in music. If you are not already, do consider a career in editing; this is one of the most interesting documentary about the Camino I have seen. You've made me laugh out loud and cry. Maybe it's because we are about the same age but it really touched me seeing both the caramaderie (sp?) and the introspective aspect of the walk.

Thank you for making my evening as it 10Pm here in Québec. I'm now even more anxious to start my Camino on May 13 and that's saying a lot.
 
#78
I have to say, I really wasn't sure if I should make the video, or even upload it, as it is kind of difficult to convey what the Camino meant to me (a few friends questioned why I would walk across Spain!?!). But after your very kind comments, I'm really glad that I did. Many thanks for taking the time to watch it, and letting me know your thoughts.

To those about to embark on it this year - have a great time, and look forward to hearing your own stories when you get back :)

Matt
 

Nandy61

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
2010 CF StJPP to Santiago
2014 CF Leon to Santiago
2015 Primitivo
#79
Nice job Will!!
Loved your music selection too!

And hey! Was that a Red Sox cap I saw you sporting in Part II ?!!!
 
#80
Nandy61 said:
And hey! Was that a Red Sox cap I saw you sporting in Part II ?!!!
It certainly was! Although I'm from Melbourne, I am a Red Sox fan :) Glad you enjoyed the video, and thanks a lot for the feedback!
 

Nandy61

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
2010 CF StJPP to Santiago
2014 CF Leon to Santiago
2015 Primitivo
#81
when I was a teenager I worked at the souvenir store on Jersey Street (now Yawkey Way) at Fenway Park. My brother worked inside on the grounds crew. Now I live walking distance to the park and my son works at the same souvenir store. If you're ever in Beantown, give us a shout!!

PS. How did a nice POME like you evah become a Red Sox fan?!!
 

justine03

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2010), Camino Fisterra (2010 & 2012), Voie du Puy (2012), Camino del Norte (2012), Camino Primitivo (2012), Camino Portuguese (2012)
#82
Hey Matt,

beautiful beaufitul beautiful video. I don't know if you remember me but we met in Puente la Reina and you can find a beautiful picture of yourself on Alto de Pedron in your fantastic blue t shirt here

Looks like you had a wonderful time!

buen camino
Justine
 
#83
justine03 said:
I don't know if you remember me but we met in Puente la Reina
I definitely remember meeting that day, and having a beer in Puente la Reina! That is a cool photo you took .... and yes, that t-shirt of mine can be seen from miles away! Had a look through your photos and you took some awesome shots. Looks like you had a great time as well.

Hope all is well in Canada - and thanks very much for the kind feedback - glad you liked it.
 
#86
Hello everybody,

Leaving from Holland on the 16th of April to start walking from Leon on the 18th.
Here is my blog, but it is in Dutch.
Thanks everybody for the advice, encouragement, help, patience and probably a lot more!
 
#87
Hoi Hedwig,

I see that you have done some hiking in preparation, good for you! Look forward to reading your blog and wish you alvast een 'buen camino'!

Wij hebben prachtig weer vandaag, helaas moet ik werken!

Groetjes,
LT
 
#89
LTfit said:
Hoi Hedwig,

I see that you have done some hiking in preparation, good for you! Look forward to reading your blog and wish you alvast een 'buen camino'!

Wij hebben prachtig weer vandaag, helaas moet ik werken!

Groetjes,
LT
Hallo!
Bedankt voor de reactie. Inderdaad veel gelopen. Gaat ook echt best goed. De man met de hamer zal best nog wel komen. Op dit moment lig ik met griep in bed....
For all others members: I am in bed with the flu....
Greetings to all!
 
#90
Wishing you 'beterschap' Helwig. You need to get well overnight cause tomorrow we are going to have a heatwave reaching 22 C! Of course Sunday is supposed to be rainy and cool again but that's Dutch weather for you.

Keep us up to date and if you have any questions before you leave feel free to PM me for my phone number and we can chat.

Groetjes,
LT
 

unadara

Active Member
#92
Justine
Thank you for sharing your photos they are wonderful and tell a good story, would love to hear the words to the getting lost on the alternative route villafranca-am going sep/oct , only few weeks now.
 
#94
I'm listing two of us here since we're walking the Camino together. The first is for my lovely spouse, Jane, tail name KFun and her journal is at:

http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?id=357519

Or to see the latest link: http://www.trailjournals.com/KFun

and mine, Dennis, trail name "K1" is at:

http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?id=335148

and my latest link will be at: http://www.trailjournals.com/K1

We're walking from around 7 Sept this year until whenever, probably around Oct 20 or so. We'll go from St. Jean du Port to Finisterre. We starting in Barcelona for a few days on the Sept. 2 and then traveling by train up north. Thanks for all the wonderful info here...

Dennis, K1
Author of Three Hundred Zeroes.
 

jirit

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Staff member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2007,
Via Francigena Italy, 2008,
Jakobsweg Austria 2010,
Camino Frances 2011,
Le Puy to Lourdes 2012,
Via de la Plata 2013,
Future:
Ökumenischer (Via Regia), Germany,
Lycian Way, Turkey
#95
Our Little Green Tracs is a blog about pilgrim trails in Europe that include the Camino de Santiago in Spain (done in 2007) and Via Francigena in Italy. Some of these entries include our personal experiences of walking the Via Francigena in 2008. We have also walked the Jakobsweg in Switzerland and Austria (2010)

I plan to post in the coming days, some entries of my more recent experience of walking the Camino Frances the second time this past May/June 2011

During the past few months, we also blogged about other pilgrim trails in Europe, with plans to include other pilgrim trails in Europe and we would welcome any feedback

Regards
http://littlegreentracs.typepad.com/my_weblog/
 
#97
Hi there Catherine, i leave st jean on 6th september and may meet you along the way.We are stopping the first night at Orisson for a lovely, hopefully easier first day.
Great to read your blog..... i haven't had the guts to pack properly yet but have been training, (also at night in australia) with a 10 kg pack to cover myself.
Not many sleeps to go. i am also coming to the end of parenting (only 1 child though) and i am planning to use 'the way' to reflect on that experience and to contemplate what's next?
however, the best laid plans!!! we shall see!!
kind regards julie
 

Zazee

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Walked Camino Frances [SJPP-Finesterre] Sept/Oct 2011
Walked inaugural European Peace Walk [Vienna-Trieste] Jul/Aug 2014
#98
Hi Catherine,

I will be leaving on Sept 10th from SJPP, hope to see you on the Camino!

-lee
 

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