The horses and their stories

Along my travels I’ve been fortunate to witness many things, ranging from many wonders of the world to various well-known destinations, but throughout them all, the moments I recall most vividly are within the journey along the way. It’s kind of like football players in the PAC-12 conference; they rarely recall the Rose Bowl game […]

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Day 3: The Yellow Arrow Lesson

Day 3. As we walk along the Camino towards Santiago we are guided by only yellow arrows. But, it is like they have mind of their own, playing games on you as if they are a long lost pal of Dr. Michael Gervais. For instance, when you have not seen a yellow arrow for over […]

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After two days on the Camino De Santiago

Remember when you ate too much ice cream and your head was throbbing? Well, that is how my legs feel after two days along the Camino De Santiago-#ThrobCity…but like in 2-a-days at Pitt, during training camp in the Pac-12 conference or during a dunk contest, you love it and can’t wait to show up again […]

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End of Day 1

Chose to walk at night, because why not? We trekked along the river to a little surf town in Portugal. Today, we head north along the Atlantic, guided by the waves I used to see as a child, the taste of salt water that left a never-ending imprint on 10-year old’s taste buds and unexpected […]

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Monks at sunrise in Vang Vieng

Today began at 530am as the local monks began their day with a walk through the dimly lit streets receiving offerings of rice from locals. After a bus ride south for a few hours there was just enough sunlight left to get lost in the caves and mountains in Vang Vieng. A new friend and […]

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