“2 Boomer Broads” podcast asked all sorts of questions about how this baby boomer (ME!) trekked the El Camino Real. We discussed the good, the bad, and the ugly. I tired to convince the sexagenarians to tackle the trial. They said the sofa sounded more appealing. Me, too. Thanks Sharone & Rebecca for the laughs!
From spending Christmas paddling with feral piggies in the Bahamas to publicity on my 800-mile mission walk, my life seems to run the gamut. Jessie Festa, editor of the blog Jessie on a Journey, conducted a recent Q&A with me asking lessons learned during my hike, memorable local encounters, and how to prepare for this journey.
People ask me what I pack in my carry-on when I hit the friendly skies. Here’s the list… —————- LO & SON’S BAG: It’s lightweight. There’s a million pockets to carry all my items. I LOVE the back panel sleeve that slips over the handles of my suitcase! https://www.loandsons.com/the-og?product=56 —————– PILLOW & BLANKET: Many airlines no