However, I do feels steady pressure to keep moving if I ope to get to Santiago. Te next week I will cross the Messta, a region with no sun, few elevations - mostly a rocky path leading to the horizon. The first day calls for 20 miles, the second for18. Doesn't sound like a lot of fun, right? I can take the tain from Burgos to Lyon, skip this experience and guarantee I will get toSantiago. Biting doing that, I will leave the family of walkers I have been with for the past two weeks. I like any of these people and will miss them if in go ahead. But, of course, I will meet others.
So Burgos gives me a chance to work this out. I'm not sure what I will do.
Funny how joy and sorrow emerge frost much reflection. Sme moments I am so moved by the richness of this experience and of my life. Others I feel a profound sadness over things I wish I had not done or opportunities for good that in passed up. Still, at the end of the day, I can see that I am a deep thinking spiritual man who has a basically kind attitude towards others. I know that is true about. Me, and I am so very grateful for those who have called it forth over e years.