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The end of my first camino, 1000km 

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Camino Frances

Day 34 (and 35-36), Arca do Pino to Santiago, 20.1km

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June 3rd, 2013 515 more words
Camino Frances

24th August 2014

Serapion the Sindonite traveled once on a pilgrimage to Rome. Here he was told of a celebrated recluse, a woman who lived always in one small room, never going out. 40 more words

Franciscan

Plymouth Rock #3: Hark, tis thee a lady!

Contrary to popular belief, not all pilgrims were men. Some were actually women. We think they probably had it the hardest of all.

Maybe chickens had it the hardest. 8 more words

Pilgrims

PILGRIMS

The world is in turmoil. So I thought I’d post this peaceful poem to counter the  storm inside. Forgot what year it was that I wrote this, though…Hope you like it :) 61 more words

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 7

Judah, the youngest child of Sgt. Samuel, was only a month past his first birthday when his father died. He was born at Preston, Connecticut and had four older sisters and two older brothers. 697 more words

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