Lost in the Fog

With my new novel Lost in the Fog about to be published, in September of 2019 I embarked on a four month trip to France, Spain, Portugal, and the Caribbean. The main reason for the journey was to hike the Camino de Santiago, a 550 mile pilgrimage. With this blog, I am excerpting from the journal I kept and am sharing what made it so special. David Lynch once said "getting lost is beautiful", and my voyage embodied that definition.

Monday, October 14th – 9:30 pmAC Marriott (Rm 401), PonferradaToday’s Walk: Foncebadón to Ponferrada Today was one of the most memorable experiences on the Camino. J’Nell and I reach the highest point we will travel (1,515 meters or 4,970 feet) on the Frances Way of St James, spend hours up in the gorgeous and serene …

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Sunday, October 13th – 8:08 pmRoom 1 at La Posada del Druida, FoncebadónToday’s Walk: Castrillo de Los Polvazares to Foncebadón At 8:45 am J’Nell and I are treated to a brilliant sunrise rising over the exact center of town, casting a golden glow on the cobblestone street.  Simply stunning.  I would have liked to have …

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October 12th- SaturdayAstorga to Castrillo de Los Polvazares With only four miles to walk today and our albergue for the evening booked, J’Nell and I sleep in late at Hotel Gaudi and further explore the alluring hilltop town of Astorga.  After leaving our mochillas (backpacks) at the front desk at check-out, we head back to …

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