Two New Hampshire girls hike the 500-mile Camino de Santiago to raise money for women around the world.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

And..we're off!

I will post on this blog as often as I'm able while we're on our Camino.  I will have to depend on WiFi, so there may be a day or two here and there when I'm unable to post.

I will also post updates on my author Facebook Page and Twitter account (#PatriciaHerr).  I can post quick photos on Facebook easier than I can write out a blog post, so there might often be photos and info on those accounts that aren't yet on this blog.

Today's adventure will include getting from Plymouth, NH to London, England.

The hardest part of our journey -- indeed, perhaps our entire Camino -- will be the five hour wait at Boston Logan Airport.  :)  Perhaps we'll get in some extra training by walking through all the terminals twenty or forty times, lol.

It's time to wake up the girls so we can have breakfast.  They're going to have bananas with peanut butter...don't know when they'll get to eat peanut butter again.  Don't think they have it in Spain.

MadRiver will be here in a couple of hours to take us to Fellowship.  From there, we'll walk the two or three miles to the bus station.

Adios, New Hampshire!  We'll see you and our beloved White Mountains in late April or early May!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I found your blog awhile back and am excited for you and your daughters and the adventure you will have together. Love the photo in the post prior to this one.
My Mom also has a blod clot issue that is hereditary - didn't realize the possible link to cancer. Thanks for posting a link to that.

Buen camino!