Day 29: Buen Camino!

Arzúa to Santiago. 39.4 km / 24.5 miles. They say the Camino provides. And so it does. The morning started out not quite as magical as the others. The skies were a little hazy and the air a little warm. That quickly changed after we noticed my headlamp flickering. This went on for about an... Continue Reading →

Day 27: Three Ems

Portomarín to Pasal del Rei. 25.1 km / 15.6 miles. Today is brought to us by the letter M. M is for Morning. The first three hours of the day remain the best. The crisp air, the bright stars, the moonlight seeping in between the trees ... top if off with a fresh strong coffee,... Continue Reading →

Day 25: Test Flight 2.0

Sarria to Barbadelo: 3.7 km / 2.8 mi Today was about 2 things. 1st to test the water and see how the leg feels and 2nd, to get back on schedule and finish our last 100 km. We took our time heading out of Sarria and up the steep climb to Barbadelo. Although it seemed... Continue Reading →

Day 23: Human? NO THANK YOU!

Villafranca del Bierzo to Sarria. 0 km / 0 miles. After 30 minutes of taping, failing, and retaping my ankle this morning, I looked around the tape-ridden half-packed room and said what I already knew, that I was in no condition to walk. It was not a conversation either of us wanted to have. It... Continue Reading →

Day 21: Be. Here. Now.

Foncebadón to Ponferrada. 27.5 km / 17.1 miles There is just something about those first few hours before sunrise. The air is crisp; the sky, inky; the stars after the last mountain town this side of the hill fill the horizon like a sea of diamonds. This, you know, is IT. Somewhere admist the silence,... Continue Reading →

Day 20: On the Road Again

Just can't wait to get on the road again. Basically all of the lyrics ring true today so thank you Willie and Johnny. Simple and to the heart of it. That's right sports fans we are up back on the way. Despite DBK still not being at 100%, she felt good enough to give it... Continue Reading →

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