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Hey all,

The migration to Multiply was a cuel joke perpetrated by Microsoft.

Our new URL is actually http://www.ElCaminoSantiago.com

Alas, the reconstruction efforts are going slowly. Recently have built out the Camino Weather pages and over 40 of them are now live. A few need more tweaking, but most are polished and working well. The Via de la Plata now has two iterations, the one through Astorga, and the one through Ourense. Also note we are venturing into the Road less traveled with the Camino Catalan and the Camino del Ebro. The Via Podiensis remains to be done later this week.

http://www.ElCaminoSantiago.com/Weather-Camino-Santiago.htm

Many of the other navigation links on the front page are not yet active. By necessity I keep them turned off until that HTML is online. Google gets upset if you build bridges to nowhere, so you are seeing the proto home page that gets additional content every week. Camino Maps and Camino Spirituality are coming up next. If you have any immediate needs, Email me directly and I'll see what we have in our 10 GB repertoire.

Muy Buen Camino,
 

KiwiNomad06

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Grant,
Yours was the site I consulted the most while I was on the Camino. It was great to be able to look it up and know whether I was likely to be facing snow or 35C! Many thanks for all the work you have done on it!
Margaret
 

GASpangler

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Kiwi & Annie,

Glad that you got good use from the Weather pages. I used them daily on my last Road trip.

Many links indeed are inactive at the moment. Google gives you bad marks if you have lots of links to a 404 locale. The Maps page is not in place at the moment, but is coming soon. I have divided my time between updating our 500+ PDFs, and coding the HTML for the pages we had at the previous Web. I'm workin' alone here, so it's sort of a slow go. But as they say on the Camino, "Paso a paso" - step by step - we eventually reach our destination. Anything you need immediately, just drop me a line and I'll see what we can do. Thanks for being patient.

Buen Camino de las Estrellas,
 
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Hey all,

The migration to Multiply was a cuel joke perpetrated by Microsoft.

Our new URL is actually http://www.ElCaminoSantiago.com

Alas, the reconstruction efforts are going slowly. Recently have built out the Camino Weather pages and over 40 of them are now live. A few need more tweaking, but most are polished and working well. The Via de la Plata now has two iterations, the one through Astorga, and the one through Ourense. Also note we are venturing into the Road less traveled with the Camino Catalan and the Camino del Ebro. The Via Podiensis remains to be done later this week.

http://www.ElCaminoSantiago.com/Weather-Camino-Santiago.htm

Many of the other navigation links on the front page are not yet active. By necessity I keep them turned off until that HTML is online. Google gets upset if you build bridges to nowhere, so you are seeing the proto home page that gets additional content every week. Camino Maps and Camino Spirituality are coming up next. If you have any immediate needs, Email me directly and I'll see what we have in our 10 GB repertoire.

Muy Buen Camino,
Grant: Thank you for this wonderful data and all your hard work. My wife and I completed the Camino Frances about 5 weeks ago. What an amazing experience. We looked high and low for a map of the Camino on a poster that shows the major cities. We never really had any luck. Your maps are just what we were looking for if they were all stitched together. Wondered if you had a version of this, or could provide access to the maps so I could stitch them together in Photoshop. I'd be happy to provide them back to the site for others to use? Thank you Grant. Dave and Christa Snyder
 

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