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Merry Christmas!


[Why Walk the Camino de Santiago]

Download this in PDF format below. Merry Christmas!

Wow. Almost three months into the life of this website, I’ve met so many wonderful people (and will be interviewing more of them in coming months—stay tuned), reconnected with others, and had a great time writing about my Camino thoughts and experiences.

I started Pilgrim Roads without completely knowing why—I just needed an incentive to write, and the Camino was what I wanted to write about.

Right now I’m working on clarifying my goals for this blog and my pilgrimages (I think I’ll be able to go walking in 2011!). I’m going to be asking for help on the blog part of that in the new year, and would love to hear from all of you about what you’d like to see on this site.

In the meantime, I have a Christmas present for you.

I had such a good response to my Why Walk the Camino de Santiago post, that I made it into a pretty printable PDF file. You can download it in North American letter size or the A4 version. Please feel free to share it.

(I don’t know if this is an issue for anyone else, but when I look at the A4 version online, it looks awful, but if I download it, it looks fine. So as far as I can tell, it should print nicely if you download it. Please tell me if it doesn’t.)

And so, as the Irish blessing says, may the road rise up to meet you all.

Thanks to everyone for reading, and I hope you have the merriest of Christmases.


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