Training 2015 - The Beat Goes On
Less than two months to go, and we are well into our training, trying to strengthen our legs and trim down our waistlines so we'll feel strong and able when we're out on the trail. We're walking at least six miles a day whenever we can, and carrying loaded backpacks. The photo below, from a couple of weeks ago, was made at San Felasco Hammock State Preserve. We are fortunate indeed to have great places to walk, near Gainesville, Cedar Key of course, and the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge.
3/29/2015 09:36:42 am
I was wondering when you were going, what is the estimated cost, how many people would be in the group, and is it too late to consider joining? Thanks so much.
3/29/2015 11:25:23 am
3/31/2015 09:29:01 am
Thanks so much for your reply, Peg. I have really enjoyed your website, and was ready to take your workshop when a family emergency arose ( my dad passed away) and I was unable to do so. May would not be feasible for me at any rate, but I appreciate your info tremendously. I will be making a Camino trek my priority for next year. Enjoy your trip and I look forward to your blog on the journey this year.
4/2/2015 08:20:43 am
We will probably teach the class/workshop again next year. We have lots of fun with it. Maybe we can meet then in person!
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Peg and Russ Hall
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