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October 01, 2015


Carol King

An Australian priests called you a wimp? Wow. That's harsh.

I see you're still walking. Will have to catch up on your past blog posts. Your husband does look like Hemingway now. LOL!

Mike Atkinson

Hi Li & Chuck,
I am Mike Atkinson, Diane's husband, we met briefly a few years ago. Just wanted to tell you that I have really been enjoying following your journey; you have a great way with words, and your shots are spectacular too.
I am particularly looking forward to your reports from Leon to Santiago. I will be walking that section next May - I don't trust my wonky knees with the entire Camino.
Enjoy the last few weeks.
Buen Camino,


Did you pack any bug spray?
Hard to believe that cute dog is a Mr. Hyde!

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