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Let me start off by saying I hate writing, I am not good at it, I am solely doing this so that my family and friends can follow me as I go along on this trip. Also, I was recently given a book that made me unfortunately aware of the million and one very likely possible ways I could die while I am there. So I figured this would be a good way to update my loved ones and let me them know I am surviving the the vast unknown that is Australia. I am on the ...
Tomorrow is departure day. It's finally here.
Part of me feels prepared and ready to go, and part of me feels completely unprepared for the journey I am about to take - just not sure which part is winning at any given time.
I spent today getting an adjustment (at the chiro), a pedicure (take care of those feet!), taking one more practice walk at ...
The plan is to cover over 200 miles on foot in ~23 days (well, that's the PLAN anyway!!). All I really know at this point is that I fly into Porto, and out of Santiago 24 days later. What happens in between is a complete unknown. I'll be carrying everything I need on my back, and staying in "Auberges" (group hostels) along the way, and washing my laundry ...
... will help us save a bit of money. And I’m looking forward to Jeremiah feeding us in the cookhouse rather than cooking myself… J
We’re in Derien, IL tomorrow (the show is in Argonne, IL, but we’re staying in Derien) and once we’re done there, we’re heading straight back to…you guessed it…MENDOTA (where we broke down) to meet up with the show. Because, ya know, we haven’t seen enough of that area lately. ...
This morning I left Dave to sleep and I went to see the National Shrine of St. Therese of Lisieux Fr. It was about ½ hour away from my Cousin's house in Bartlett.
The National Shrine of St. Therese is situated on a 50 acre Carmelite campus in Darien, Illinois. The Shrine includes both a museum devoted to the saint and a chapel where visitors can reflect and worship.
The museum is a rich treasury of relics ...