And then there were three

Things just got interesting. Yesterday, my brother-in-law told us that he wanted to walk the first two weeks of our up-coming Camino with us. It will be his first long walk. He had told us previously that he was thinking about joining us but I had my doubts that it would happen. At 71, he is not the fittest person I know and he was walking “about an hour a few times a week” to get ready.

I just booked his flights, train tickets and hotel for the days to get over jet lag so it is really going to happen. Pray for all of us. That first week out of Montpellier will have some tough hills.

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