A personal journey along the Camino de Santiago
You seem very well prepared Pat. I guess you’ve started your walk now so keep us posted about how its going. Best of Luck to you both. Dave.
Coping well, with a few niggling injuries. ….as you will see in videos…
Oh Pat, you’re so cute. I love Thailand and is so nice to hear your language. Have a great camino. Kob khun ka !!
Please let us know how these gear was used (I mean, it’s not too many layers?) I’m going in May/June also so wandering what to wear. I also feel cold easily.
BTW, I got your blog link from the camino forum. ULTRA
The layers worked really well Andrea. Remember of course that Pat is ‘designed’ for the tropics so feels the cold. She would start off the day with a Merino shirt base layer, then a tech shirt, then a fleece, then a rain jacket. Within 30 minutes the fleece usually came off. and then another layer off a bit later. She was never too cold or too hot. By comparison, being a European ‘design’ myself, I walked mainly in just a tech shirt, or started with a rain jacket for a bit of wind protection early morning.
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