Cathy Fulton

The Best Way to Fly Across France!

Four trains–four tickets. One is a QR-code on my tablet. This is the way to “fly” to the Netherlands—screaming through the French countryside on a high-speed electric train!   Wide seats and legroom…what an idea!  It would have been cheaper and a little faster to fly to the Netherlands, but I really, really, really wanted to …

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Quest for Fiber: Chapter 11: Serendipity Too Blatant to Ignore

There are no such things as coincidences. This is a lesson I am learning repeatedly on my travels. The theme that I picked for my journey before I began was “Expect the Unexpected” because I wanted to keep my heart open to every possibility. Little did I know how profoundly this theme would manifest itself …

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Camino de Santiago Primitivo: Day 25

Bodenaya—Tineo     7 miles 18 October 2017 After breakfast, but before some of us left, David told us more about Bondenaya. He lives in the hórreo next door to the farmhouse-turned-albergue and it serves as his bedroom and office. He gave us a peek inside and they are much taller on the inside than they appear …

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Day 24: A Little Bit of Heaven—Part Two: Bodenaya

Day 24: Cornellana—Bodenaya 10.2 miles 17 October 2017 As I mentioned in my previous post, today was magical in so many ways. Early in the day, I walked over Puente de Casazorrina, one of the many old bridges on the Camino. This one was over 300 years old. How many other pilgrims and other travelers …

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