Australian Pilgrims Veronica and Barry Borham walked the Camino Frances from SJPP on 30th August 2017 arriving in Santiago de Compostela on 8th October.
When asked why they refer back to 2015 when they had walked from Sarria.
That was Veronica’s Camino and Barry ‘just went along for the walk.’
As it turned out he got hooked and realised there was far more to this than just walking.
Barry then realised he needed to do the Camino Frances.
The walk has left its lasting stamp on both of them and its difficult to understand the impression they have that this Camino went so fast.
It was all over in what seemed like days rather than weeks.
Barry has a strong urge to do another Camino as soon as possible and as so many people say, he doesn’t feel as if the Camino has finished with him yet.
Barry is in the process of trying to capture his impressions of the Way in a series of paintings, featuring pilgrims following their shadows along the Way.
He managed to capture part of his own shadow on the path but there is more there that needs discovering.
I suppose that means that Barry’s Camino is not yet over.
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