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By Kurt Koontz
Kurt Koontz concept he was once organized for his 490-mile strolling journey at the historical Camino de Santiago pilgrimage path in Spain.
He used to be healthy and powerful. He had a very good guidebook and the entire correct apparatus. His pilgrim passport may supply him entry to the shield of hostels alongside the way in which. yet all that, even though precious, didn't start to surround the grandeur of his exterior or inner experience.
A Million Steps climbs over the excessive meadows of the Pyrenees, quests throughout the unceasing wind of the Meseta, and dances within the rains of Galicia. whereas following the yellow arrows that mark the course, Koontz additionally navigates via his own heritage of dependancy, restoration, and love.
With outgoing humor and friendliness, he embraces the wonderful thing about the nation-state and cheerful connections to different pilgrims from worldwide. half diary, half travelogue, 1000000 Steps is a trip inside a trip all of the method to the Cathedral de Santiago de Compostela and past.
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