Category Archives: my sixieth year

St Olav Waterway – it’s official!

The St Olav Waterway was officially opened yesterday! And, as the milestone waymarker reminds us, its only 1200km from Turku Cathedral to the shrine of St Olav at Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim. In the Middle Ages this was Northern Europe’s most … Continue reading

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Snow moon …

I will probably never view a full moon in the same way again. Being on the Camino and walking by the light of the full moon in the Meseta area of Spain was one of the most amazing things I’ve … Continue reading

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Embracing Life – it’s time to celebrate!

(Apologies to those of you who are also friends with me on fb … you’ll have seen this already) 1n 1959 this baby girl was born That means in a couple of days she’ll turn 59 … and enter her … Continue reading

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