First, as a new person to the Camino, let me say thank you to everyone on this forum for much useful information and insights. We are just returning from our first Camino experience. We walked one week on the Arogenes from Jaca and then one week on the Frances starting at Pamplona. (Didn't get to Santiago this year, will have to come back!) It was intesting to compare the routes and we enjoyed both. Obviously there were many more people on the Frances. Another difference- and perhaps the only real negative of the whole time- was that many stretches of the Frances we walked had frequent toilet paper sightings, to the side of the trail or sometimes on it. In general, I picked up trash that I saw between towns to put in the next garbage/rubbish receptacle in the next village, but I am not willing to pick up toilet paper! I get that there are not enough toilets on the way, and that sometimes you have to go when you are several km away from a town. But why not either 1) carry a trowel and bury the toilet paper several inches deep, or 2) carry plastic baggies to put your toilet paper in and carry it out to discard at the next rubbish receptacle? Carrying out toilet paper is required for backpacking in many USA national parks, for example. Perhaps it should/could become expected on the Camino?