The Camino, or The Way of St. James, is a pilgrimage trail across the north of Spain that is more than 1200 years old. It is a river of people all flowing West to Santiago de Compostela one step at a time. There are still many Catholics amongst those who walk, but now others of different faiths or no faith at all participate. It is not a wilderness backpacking trip, but rather a walk through mountains and fields and towns and forests while staying in albergues (Pilgrim Hostels) at night. Currie will share with us the scenery, the pattern of life, the wonderful parts and the difficulties of the 500 mile section that she journeyed. For information, contact Liz Sparks (850)[masked] or [masked].