seeking slender meaning in chaos
Good luck on your camino, Robert. Ultreya! Looking forward to being inspired by your tales, hopefully wildly exaggerated, when you return.
I'll be waiting for tales of ecstatic walking.
enjoy your camino! looking forward to tales and impressions
Yes, the winding road does call. Good to hear Sandy Denny's voice today. Have not been commenting much anywhere, but this calls for a comment. I'd been wondering when you would be out walking again.
Buen Camino amigo!
I'm very happy for you, SW, and extremely envious, as you return to one of your favourite pastimes in one of your most-loved parts of the world. Hope you can post the odd update and look forward to some great stories and pictures on your return.
Hola Robert - I listened to this broadcast and thought of you. I thought it was very special. I wish you well on camino.This was the only way I could find to tell you about the broadcast so feel free to delete the comment.http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/poetica/2012-05-05/3967108Buen CaminoJohn
You might be interested in "The Scottish Centre for GeoPoetics". Or look up "Kenneth White".
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