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keithlundy1
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keithlundy1

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My book will be called the "A Journey for Anyone" because whether you walk it for religious spiritual or personal reasons they are yours Nov 23, 2015

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      My book will be called the "A Journey for Anyone" because whether you walk it for religious spiritual or personal reasons they are yours
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      I feel I want to share every experience, all the highs and lows and I'm about to start my book from my daily journal to give to my daughter
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      I've designed 2 calendars, one with all the churches along the route and the other of all the trails and tracks to give to family for xmas
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      I've decided I'm going to walk the Camino again next year and I'm already planning dates and training I feel I need to walk it again
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      The one big lesson to all future pilgrims listen to the guys and gals who have walked it before and don't carry excess weight 20lbs max
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      I met some wonderful people and a special mention to Joanne from the USA who I helped to get to Roncsevalles I hoped you made it all the way
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      The biggest shock was the first 6-7 days it took to grow my walking legs because that first day is a reality check.
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      Hi everyone, I'm now back in the uk after completing the Camino. It was everything I thought it would be and so much more.
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      Well the time has come, I fly out Saturday and hopefully start my travels Sunday if not Monday. Looking forward to meeting you all. Keith
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    Location:
    Wymondham Norfolk
    I have tried many things in my life but ever since a read about the Camino Santiago I felt it will always feel incomplete if I never take the journey.

    My biggest love is Scuba Diving but the thought of walking the Camino Santiago will be the most exciting thing I will ever complete in my life.