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Grit Meets Connectivity: Rochester's El Camino Trail

Yesterday I took another bike trip (I’ve been doing this a lot lately) along Rochester’s El Camino Trail, a 2.25 mile dirt path that epitomizes the true gritty, functional spirit of the urban pathway. 216 more words

Radio Free Kaslo, February 9, 2018

On today’s show, teacher, musician, choral conductor, and cancer survivor Karen Behn joins host Randy Morse in a conversation about three epic journeys that have helped shape her resolve to live life as fully and completely as possible. 11 more words

Randy Morse

El Camino (León to Ponferrada)

(March 15- 19, 2017)

“After days and days of flatness, it was uphill again today. I’m impressed with my legs for being cool with it, but dang my feet- new blisters. 624 more words

World Travels

The Work Workout

I’m rushing to do this so I can keep my streak, and I’m about to go to bed. The actual stats of my day will be put in tomorrow. 103 more words

Camino De Santiago

Today Makes Four

I thought today made five days since I’d started this journey but apparently, it’s only been four. Oh well. I’ve already fought through blisters on my feet (they’re still there), and just general lethargy. 406 more words

Camino De Santiago

El Camino (Burgos to León)

(March 8- March 14, 2017)

“Today was long and flat across green fields… All is worth it, though, because Hontanas is an idyllic village in a valley. 483 more words

World Travels

ROOT CHAKRA BALANCE IS GREAT

Something I realized today is that part of this Camino adventure is going to be about being flexible, and knowing things aren’t always going to work out as planned. 377 more words

Camino De Santiago