We were entering Nájera, Thomas, Robert, and I bringing up the rear as wounded soldiers. Thomas says so nonchalantly, “Something just happened in my boot.” There was nothing we could do but laugh!
St. Jean Pied de Port was beautiful, but it was all the more so because it held all the expectation of my journey. I clambered off the bus with a host of other peregrinos who all seemed to have a … Read More
My ankle and shin hurt a lot today. I’ve been massaging it through the night and this morning, but I’m still favoring it. I’ll have to pick up an ace bandage at the next open farmacia. In the meantime, I’m … Read More
Right now I’m sitting in a church albergue in Logroño, Spain with new friends from California, Lithuania, and Britain. With one ear I listen to Kirk’s California band play “Southern Swell” while with the other ear I listen to him … Read More
Since 2004, Made For Good has been donating proceeds from its Jedidiah clothing and apparel brand to various humanitarian aid organizations. 2014 marks the beginning of a new way of giving. This year, proceeds will go into their Orphans and … Read More
We’ve been in a holding pattern for some time now, waiting for a weather related electric cell to clear off the airport in Dallas, TX. Apparently, it’s not happening, so we are going to land at Alliance airport nearby, fuel … Read More
Here’s the spread, one month of supplies. Is it enough? I love the Jedidiah shirts! The blue one that says, “We are made for more. Seek truth,” will be the one I give away. It’s my favorite, but it’s too … Read More
Our second training hike took us out along the old railroad tracks that follow the Orofino Creek all the way to Pierce, Idaho. I love this stretch because the tracks are less than a mile from my house and they … Read More