Day 85: David Landis and Anna Dintaman Landis

My guidebook was, and is, like an old friend.

Note A Day

Every morning’s typical breakfast routine, planning the day ahead and thinking just a bit about tomorrow.

Dear David & Anna,

Everyone approaches things differently, I suppose. Some people try planning every detail as much as possible. Others go at it knowing almost nothing. Getting ready to solo walk 40 days across a country, I wanted a balance somewhere between the two. Your guidebook was the perfect planner.

It may be true that anticipation of an experience like pilgrimage is one of the very best parts. As part of my anticipation, I searched all the popular guidebooks and chose yours as my companion before, and during, the walk. It seemed it had everything a person could need.

Adventurers and authors, David and Anna Dintaman Landis

Reading through the sections in the weeks before departure, your descriptive narratives, elevation charts, beautiful photos, and historical sidebars only increased my excitement. If the trip…

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2 thoughts on “Day 85: David Landis and Anna Dintaman Landis

  1. Greetings from the 2017 APOC Gathering in Hampton, GA.

    The close of Annie O’Neill’s presentation a few minutes ago was a collage of pilgrims who she has met, both on the Camino and off. Your smiling face was one of them.

    Thank you so much for being so generously including the rest of us in your observations, inner thoughts, and musings. Perhaps we’ll run into each other at the next Gathering or some other place.

    Buen Camino Sarah Pierce Martin


    • It’s in the plan to be there next year, Sarah. Thank you so much for your kind words. It is my great pleasure to share this never-ending experience. I’m honored that you read. Buen camino, peregrina.

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