Just a nice day on the Camino!

June 1, 2015

So today was pleasant and simple.  A fairly short walk from Sahagun to El Burgo Ranero.  More nice conversation with a recently retired lawyer from Tucson (yes, we even talked about Sean Miller) and just perfect weather.  Not too many pictures today since the landscape didn’t change too much.  I did wear my “Longest Day” shirt supplied by the Alzheimer’s organization (those are my accomidations behind me).  You’ll recall that one of the reasons I’m on this pilgrimage is to remember my sister-in-law and mother-in-law who both died from the terrible affliction.  If you can spare a few dollars, please click on the “Donate” button and you will be at the Alzheimer’s site to make a contribution to this wonderful organization.

I did take a picture today that shows that everyone’s Camino is different.  You’ve seen many walkers and even a donkey,  Today is a picture of a biker (there are actually many who do the Camino this way) and a man in a kilt.  He’s the only one I’ve seen enjoying the fresh air so freely.

Buen Camino!


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3 Responses to Just a nice day on the Camino!

  1. Krista Powers says:

    Lovin’ that Longest Day shirt…. 🙂


  2. Rick says:

    Like the shirt. Assume the “kilter” was going commando under there?


  3. David says:

    Based on your posts Dad, it seems some days bring with them quiet contemplation, others deep questions, and others interesting conversations. But hopefully every day for the rest of your journey could be, at the very least, sub-titled “Just a nice day on the Camino”. We all hope you continue to have a safe and enjoyable journey! As always, we’re keeping you in our prayers… along with Grandma, Marylyn, and all those who are battling Alzheimer’s.


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