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santos

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hi ppl iv been busy trying not to think of the S***y walk i had in march-april of this year
and it hit to hard this week(i had a dream)(again) :roll:
and iv besided iv got to go back and do this once and for all :roll:

i dont know when but i know iv got to do this by next summer
i jusr hope the cramps in my toes go away :? yeah they r not black and bleu anymore but iv get super cramps :S
someting keep pulling me back to this site 8)
and confused about what to do and when :S
HELP :(
 
Technical backpack for day trips with backpack cover and internal compartment for the hydration bladder. Ideal daypack for excursions where we need a medium capacity backpack. The back with Air Flow System creates large air channels that will keep our back as cool as possible.

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Santos! Glad to see you back & that you're on the mend! I'm having a very hard problem concentrating on my job. I so want to go back to the Camino & walk a little further towards Santiago, so I know how you feel. I guess what you should do is talk with your doctor about your feet to make sure it's okay to walk so far on them, & then get back into training! Here's to your next, successful trip to the Camino!

Kelly
 
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Go for it Santos. I admire your persistence!

Perhaps do it later in the year next time, eh? I've always done it in August/September time. Yes, it gets quite hot but if you head off at 6-6.30am it's normally ok. Just get the walking done by lunchtime.

:)
 
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