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  1. Hey Michael, Larry, a guy I know from the YMCA let me know about your blog. I’m the co-ordinator of the American Pilgrims Chapter in norcal. Send me an email if you’d like to join the list. Will you be at the Gathering in Mnlo Park next week?
    Rennie Archibald

    1. Hi Rennie. Mike Miller here. Thanks for the post. Larry and Eileen are dear friends and I am pleased that Larry passed on my contact info and my blog address. Please add me to your contact list. I frequently find myself in Asheville NC where my wife is from and they have a Camino group there. I like to check in with them whenever we visit. I won’t be at the gathering later this month. I’m training for the Camino Frances which I will start from St. Jean Pied de Port on April 1 or 2 – and I am tidying up things to make that possible. Would welcome the opportunity to get together after this Camino. Hope you clicked on “follow” on my blog page. I will keep it going for this Camino and the next. Perhaps the Del Norte next year!

      Buen Camino!


  2. Hi Mike,
    I’ve just read through quite a few of your posts after finding your card in my wallet which you gave me on the Camino last month!! It was lovely meeting you and I really enjoyed reading through your blog which has stirred up some great memories for me of my Camino Primitivo in September. I hope you made it home safely to the US and sincere best wishes to you and your family, maybe our paths will cross on the Camino again in the future!!
    Best wishes from Barry (the Irish guy you met on the way to Salas, in Hotel Soto in Salas and Pola de Allande!!). 🙂

    1. Hi Barry and thanks for the post! I do indeed remember you and our several conversations from place to place. Back home in San Francisco now and making plans for next year. My current thinking is to walk the West Highland Way in Scotland (about 10 days) and then go back to Spain and finish the Primitivo. Most likely this will happen in May, when the weather is decent both in Scotland and in Spain. Best regards, Mike

  3. Fun to see more about your travels (and to ride with you this Monday morning). Here’s to training for your next adventure.

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