Tag Archives: St. Jean Pied-de-Port

Okay, Now We Really Begin . . .

Dear all: Though I imagined that each day I’d walk and each night I’d write and post, it just doesn’t turn out that way.  While there is often internet, rarely is there a plug for a recharge on the computer,  … Continue reading

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Departures and Arrivals

Ah, and I’ve had more of these in three days than I ever thought possible!  Denver-Iceland-Paris-Bordeaux St. Jean-Bayonne-St. Jean Pied-de-Port. Along the way, horse riding in the grey, cold, drizzle that seems to be Iceland, along with watching geysers in … Continue reading

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