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travel and travails in buenos aires

We are stepping away again to live life more clearly, this time to Buenos Aires. While a rushing city of 3 million, we look forward to stillness, time off the clock, time together as a family.

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The rain in Spain

The rain in Spain

Walking in the rain brings more than just sticky mud. Join me on the Camino de Santiago for some comfort and clarity.

Cuba Pictures: See Havana

Cuba Pictures: See Havana

Travel to Havana, Cuba with me through pictures. My people-to-people visa allowed me to legally travel to Cuba and see its culture, history, economy and people.

Going to Cuba

Havana Cuba Pictures

My visit to Cuba was a mixture of emotions. I left wanting to learn more about Cuba, to better understand both sides of American and Cuban politics, to see more of Havana and its crumbling architecture…

Discovering Cuba

Discovering Cuba

Excited for our next travels and travails in Cuba! Who’s been? Where should we go, what should we do? Share your stories and travel advice!

Finding Oneself on the Camino de Santiago

Finding Oneself on the Camino de Santiago

Walking the Camino de Santiago isn’t necessary to finding oneself, though for many this is the case. Perhaps it’s the act of walking 500 miles…

Day of Rest

Day of Rest

A day of rest from walking the Camino de Santiago gave us time to put our feet up and also explore Burgos, Spain.

The Way

The Way

Yellow arrows along the Camino de Santiago show pilgrims the way and come in many creative ways.

The First Twenty Miles

Way marker on the Camino Frances

Walking some 20 miles a day gives one lots of time to think. Here’s what I think…

Camino de Santiago: A New Path

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The Way of St. James is a path in northern Spain full of spiritual adventure, travel, and challenges that culminates in Santiago de Compostela.

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