Tag: Camino Aragones

Arriving at Puente la Reina

You’d think an historic pilgrimage route wouldn’t need a recently-updated guidebook.  And, for much of the Camino Aragones, that assumption is reasonably correct.  However, on what became my last day on that route, I learned that older guidebooks only work with a healthy dose of flexibility. After getting lost leaving

Lost on the Camino Aragones

One big problem I faced on the Camino Aragones was my tendency to get lost.  It wasn’t that the path was tough to find; in fact, it was well marked.  It was just that, at times, it — and the Chemin d’Arles, for that matter — was a “choose your

Impressions of the Camino Aragones

The second portion of my dabbler of Caminos, the Camino Aragones extends from the Col du Somport in the Pyrenees to Puente la Reina, an important stop along the Camino Frances.  The approximately 170-kilometer Camino Aragones traverses the river valley of the Rio Aragones on the hot, dry side of

Beginning the Camino Aragones

First, if you’ll humor me a bit, I’d love to share my latest felt “painting”: In celebration of the wonderful time I had on the Camino Aragones, I needlefelted one of my favorite photographs from that section of my walk across Spain.  I’d taken the photo midway through the Aragones, as I

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