Posts Tagged Muxia
MY CAMINO – the Video (The Camino de Santiago)
[Editor’s Note: I have still not posted fully the entire trip from southern France to Santiago, Spain, but there is now a video slideshow of the trip. The slideshow features just 15% of my 2,000 photographs taken over 30 days on the Camino de Santiago. Accompanied by the music of Steven Curtis Chapman, James Taylor, Alison Krauss and Gordon Lightfoot, the photographs move chronologically until the trip along the Camino ends at the Cathedral de Santiago and at the “end of the earth” at Muxia and Finisterre.]
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MY CAMINO – THY CAMINO – The Walk Before Us – A Step at a Time on the Camino de Santiago
As I mentioned in my last post, I have failed to blog timely about my trip on the Camino de Santiago. I finished the journey when I arrived in Santiago de Compostela after 29 days of walking and hiking. I rested briefly in Santiago and then visited Muxia and the “end of the earth” at Finisterre. I safely returned to Richmond and am back at work.
In my efforts to discuss the “people, places and things” on the Way (“My Camino” posts”) I only got to Day 12. In my efforts to record my reflections along the Way about life past and life future and the “walk before us,” I also have a disappointing record. My WordPress “dashboard” has a number of unfinished posts about My Camino and Thy Camino. Thank you for your interest in this journey. Even though I have returned, I will be finishing by posting many more blog posts about my time on the Camino. They will continue to use the “My Camino” and the “Thy Camino” titles and themes.