My Coronavirus Camino–Week 10

I just finished Week 10 of my walking challenge, which I’ve nicknamed, ‘My Coronavirus Camino.’ The rules are simple, I’m going to walk every day for a minimum of two miles until I reach 500 miles. There is no rush to finish–I’m just going to do it! This ‘magic number’ is the length of the Camino Frances in France/Spain.

  • 5/21/2020–3.07 miles
  • 5/22/2020–2.77 miles
  • 5/23/2020–4.86 miles
  • 5/24/2020–10.12 miles
  • 5/25/2020–5.59 miles
  • 5/26/2020–2.15 miles
  • 5/27/2020–2.10 miles
Total for the Week--30.66 miles   
Total for 'My Coronavirus Camino'--313.85 miles 
Wildflowers blooming close to home…
The sun was so harsh, that it was hard to get a good picture
May 24, 2020–Tom and I hiked Level 52 (C&O Canal) & the Maryland Rail Trail.
5/25/2020–Tom and I headed to the Tuscarora Trail on Memorial Day–we scored a NOHOT (No Humans on Trail)! This is our favorite way to hike!
Follow the blue blazes…
Celebrating the ‘Sounds of Silence’…

2 thoughts on “My Coronavirus Camino–Week 10

  1. Phoebe Tufts

    Hi Candee!
    I was in one of your Fauquier classes last summer and am delighted that I just found your travel site. Yippee!!
    My husband and I are planning to hike El Camino in fall of 21 or 22
    And would love to read anything you have written about your experience- I do remember that you said you might plan differently
    The next time- am I remembering
    That correctly?
    I look forward to hearing from you!
    BTW- you are a terrific teacher of teachers!!!

    1. mm Candee

      Hi there!
      I don’t think I would plan differently.The guidebook that I used is entitled, “A Pilgrim’s Guide to the Camino de Santiago (Camino Francés): St. Jean • Roncesvalles • Santiago (Camino Guides), ” by John Brierley. I used the most current book for both times I walked the Camino.

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