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“Today’s assignment: write the post that was on your mind when you decided to start a blog.”

I think three things were on my mind when I started this.

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Blogging 101

No news is good news

Today we entered a new stage of el Camino. We left the region of Palencia and began our journey to Leon. The walk was long and hot, but we eventually made it to our albergue. 221 more words

Joy

I made it to the albergue in Hontanas! It was a 32km walk from Burgos and took nearly 6.5 hours. I went further than I was planing today, but felt good and decided I could take on an extra 11km. 497 more words

Keep Louisville Weird

I just had the privilege of visiting my big sister, Kelsey, and her boyfriend, Micah, in their new apartment in Louisville, Kentucky. I had never been to Kentucky and truthfully imagined it as being mainly horse farms and country bumpkins, but I arrived in Louisville and was extremely surprised. 452 more words

Restaurants

Patrick Carney: ''Cuando estás mal, crear un disco te hace sentir mejor''

Suena el teléfono en Nashville, Estados Unidos, y no son ni siquiera las 10 de la mañana. Somnoliento, atiende Patrick Carney, baterista de The Black Keys, y se apresta a la charla, pese a que a esa hora preferiría hacer cualquier otra cosa. 753 more words

Turn Blue

Accommodation and food on the Camino

Sarria – our starting point we stayed at Albergue Monasterio de la Magdalena. The dorm housed about 30 beds, €10 per person per night. Disposable sheet and pillowcase provided and blankets available. 769 more words

In The Neighborhood:El Camino

This nearby hot spot was just recently named one of “The South’s Best Breakfast Joints” by Garden & Gun for their Breakfast Scramble and we couldn’t agree more. 147 more words

Alcott & Bentley