Camino – The Journey Home

Roger Lynn is an experiential mystic – lover of life – photographer – flute player – poet – hiker – hot spring soaker – expresser of gratitude – blessed beyond the capacity of words to express. He currently lives in Boulder, CO.

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This is Day 42, and today I begin my journey home. It is happening earlier than I originally intended, and it is the right decision to make. I have mixed feelings in this moment. There is sadness that my Camino pilgrimage is ending (it has been a truly amazing and transformative experience), disappointment that I will not be seeing the ocean and fulfilling my desire to walk across a country, curiosity and a bit of appreciation that I am about to end my 41 day streak of not using any motorized vehicle (what’s it going to feel like to move faster than 5km/hour?), and relief to be on my way home. In a few hours I will be on a train bound for Madrid. Tomorrow I will be on a plane bound for the United States. There are still lessons to be learned and beauty to be experienced, but now that will be occurring within the context of a broader and ongoing Camino pilgrimage (otherwise known as my life).

Buen Camino!



  1. Ellen Goodwillie

    Beautifully stated. A pilgrimage never ends. Safe travels as you head home.

  2. Anonymous

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  4. Anonymous

    You have to do what your your heart tells you is right. Safe and pleasant travels home. It has been a wonerful journeny to. BeThis gave me sometning to look forward to every day

    • Donna Spencer

      I’ follolwed your wonderful journey I’d love if you would pop in on mine now and


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