Tag Archives: International Fake Journal Month

Along the Camino with Lisa: The grove at mile 41 or so

I love what Lisa sketched today.  I feel as if she’s passed through this piece of woods I’m in today, and she’s moved into the sun to sketch this barn.At mile 41.1, Stage 4, several miles shy of where I’ve … Continue reading

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Crosses on the Camino, Mile 9: Care taken on the road

No picture today.  I’ll let Lisa’s sketch when she posts next give us a visual feel for this part of the road. I have written and re-written this post – tried to write it a a letter to my Father, … Continue reading

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Walking the Camino with Lisa, Mile 9

I feel very much like a pilgrim as I walk. I suppose it’s not surprising; everywhere I turn, symbols of faith dot this countryside. They’re like seeds on a strawberry. They seem to fall naturally into the landscape. Just here, … Continue reading

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Walking the Camino with Lisa, Mile 8: Chastity in Le Puy

I’m still working my way through a lovely little book by Ursula K. LeGuin (aren’t they all lovely?). This one is her book on writing, called Steering the Craft: Exercises on Story Writing for the Lone Navigator or the Mutinous … Continue reading

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Walking the Camino with Lisa: Mile 6

Lisa’s sketchbook post about the significance of water ties in with my post today. I can see a pilgrim stopping here, where I’ve stopped to rest, a pilgrim of any era. I can only find a photo of this place I’ve stopped … Continue reading

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