1004 miles walked on the Camino. Time to go home.
I was able to move my flight up to tomorrow (October 31). Which means tomorrow night I will be sleeping in my own bed. After 67 different beds on this trip, that will be a true joy.
Bill, any last thoughts as you finish?
Yes… The amount of support I had from all of you was the biggest and most pleasant surprise of this whole adventure.
It seems to me, that all the pilgrims that have ever walked this trail have had someone on their minds while they walked. For me, that was all of you. Your nice comments, your encouraging words and your delusional love of cows helped me as I took over 2.5 million steps since August 17th. You are permanently part of the Camino history.
Thank you for your time and encouragement. I really mean it. It was so very important to me.
Bill, is this your last post?
Probably not. I might do one or two posts wrapping things up after I get back.
My mom said that the blog was fun for her, and that I should keep blogging when I get home. I suspect though, hearing what I ate for breakfast each day won’t be quite as interesting as a pilgrimage across Europe. Sorry Mom, no more blogging for me, maybe one of my sisters can start a blog for you.
Buen Camino, amigos.