Villamayor de Montjardin to Sansol

DAY 10: THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2017 ClOUDY AND OVERCAST Here’s a hold over photo from last night at the bar where we had dinner. It’s the popular beers! Love that Sputnik logo. This. is the 41 percent beer.  I can’t imagine what that tastes like. Lots of vineyards and hills on the hike today. ​Continue reading “Villamayor de Montjardin to Sansol”

Shout Out To The Amazing Kids at Meadowbrook.

I MISS YOU ALL! Hi there! Hope you all are eating your corn and minding your manners — no pirate (elbows on the table), no spin cycle (eating with your mouth open) and stay in your seats (hahah). I was at a small restaurant in Naverette, Spain. I asked the waitress what the most popularContinue reading “Shout Out To The Amazing Kids at Meadowbrook.”

ST. JEAN PIED-DE-PORT TO ORISSON

ST. JEAN PdP, FRANCE DAY 1: TUESDAY, APRIL 18 It was a quiet night, especially because I had two sets of earplugs in my ears. Lights were flashing all over the room. The rowdy fans had their headlamps on and were packing up at 6am. We were tired and didn’t start rolling out until aboutContinue reading “ST. JEAN PIED-DE-PORT TO ORISSON”

Do You Know the Way to San Jose??

We do know the way to Santiago. On the Camino, you follow yellow arrows for 500 miles. Even though we can’t take our guidebooks with because they’re too heavy, I do have a lightweight Michelin Camino map that we will be using. It shouldn’t be too difficult to find our way. We do know the way toContinue reading “Do You Know the Way to San Jose??”

I’ll Be Wearing This or That

I have never been a light traveler, my friends and family will attest to that. However, being the product of Catholic school systems,  I’ve always liked the idea of wearing a uniform and that fits right in with this expedition. Two sets of clothes for two months. Not exactly a uniform, but it may asContinue reading “I’ll Be Wearing This or That”