The Way of St. Francis: Nap Time

Has your backpack ever become your pillow? In the Tuscan countryside, while walking the Way of St. Francis, a tough hill and warm sun put me on my back for a restorative nap. My 260-mile trek to the Vatican will be one of four European distance walks featured in my second book, coming soon.

9 thoughts on “The Way of St. Francis: Nap Time

  1. Looking forward to reading your book. I’ll be following The Way if St Francis on my Conqueror challenge virtual route in September while I walk St Oswald’s Way and St Cuthbert’s Way. I hope to walk the actual way in the next couple of years

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  2. Wait. The Way of Saint Francis??? I’ve done portions of the Camino de Santiago a few times but I’ve NEVER heard of the Way of St. Francis before! I’m going to have to check it out. Which one have you liked more?

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    1. It is a great, but tough walk…in Italy. A pilgrimage, lightly traveled. You can watch the short slide show on my website. We blogged about it on carryoncouple.com
      We have loved all our treks…tough to choose a favorite.

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      1. Ha. Well I’m partial to Spain since it’s my birthplace but still, I absolutely want to check out this pilgrimage. Thanks for the suggestions. I’ll definitely check out your website tomorrow.

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