Finally on the Camino

Beth and I are on the Camino. After more than a year of planning and studying, we landed in France and walked into Spain. A day or so of speaking French and all my Spanish flew out of my head.

But as we crossed the bridge into Irun, we just heard Spanish. No English, no French.

We can see the Pyrenee in back of us, but not for long.

Starting

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3 thoughts on “Finally on the Camino

  1. What an amazing adventure. Can’t wait to hear all about it. So glad you had the opportunity to do it. What an accomplishment. Congratulations or as I like to say, “Woo-Hoo”!

  2. I’m still marveling over the fact that you walked from one country to another! That must take incredible amounts of effort, physical stamina, and dedication – but the things you must be seeing! It must be so incredible to see the cultures and lifestyles changing by walking into a different country. How much equipment do you need to carry with you? And how long was your walk? Enjoy the rest of your adventure!

  3. You are amazing Danny! The Camino is on my bucket list! I can’t wait to hear all about it! Email me when you get back. I would love to pick your brain a bit! I am planning a doing a short portion of the Appalachian this summer when my kids are in camp (in mid June).

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