- Camino(s) past & future
- Moissac to Santiago Spring 2005 was the first foray.
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The danger of ticks is when they carry lyme disease.Yeah. Now the ticks are catching flights on urban moths and jumping on you from above while you think you are sleeping safely in the city.
That's not all. Here's a list:The danger of ticks is when they carry lyme disease.
Of course not. That's why they hitch rides on urban moths.Ticks do not "fly".
Tinky, I've seen your own funny bone and dry humor on numerous occasions over the last 2+ years, and when you engage it, it never disappoints...like now!A short questionnaire:
Are you a Camino addict? Tick
Are you a Forum addict? Tick
Are you a habitual Pilgrim? Tick
How do you catch Lyme Disease? Tic
Take the necessary precautions Pilgrims but do not let fear be your guide. Tick
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|An Umbrella And A Stick In Santiago||Miscellaneous Topics||6|
|E||Mosquitos, ticks, snakes, etc.||Miscellaneous Topics||31|
|French and Spanish train ticket purchases and Tarjeta Dorada||Miscellaneous Topics||3|
|A good use of your Camino Walking Sticks!!||Miscellaneous Topics||28|
|G||walking stick plaques?||Miscellaneous Topics||13|
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