On October 1, 2014 I began a 34 day walk across Northern Spain to discover the Camino de Santiago.  Now, a few months later I am back walking the same route but under entirely different conditions.  The first trip was trip was to sort out the meaning of the trek, now I’m trying to sort out the meaning of the trek as it applies to me and perhaps to you or anybody else reading this Blog.

This is more than just walking down dirt trails.  There is an energy here that is palpable.  Countless people have traversed the Camino over the past 1,000 years and it’s mere presence  reshaped civilization in Southern Europe.  The Castles, Cathedrals, Monasteries and the myriads of other antiquities that dot the route are stark testimony to the sheer power of mankind.  The landscapes, wildlife, flora and fauna add backdrop and the people that still live along the Camino are testimony to the goodness of Mankind.

Feel free to walk this journey with me.

The Camino de Santiago

March 17, 2015

Joe Jeter