Walking to the End of the World
Walking to the End of the World is a warm-hearted and engaging story about an average couple going on an adventure together, tracing ancient paths first created in the tenth and eleventh centuries, paths that continue to inspire and reveal surprises to us today in the twenty-first.
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"I just finished this book and LOVED EVERY PAGE. It's a funny, insightful, moving but, most importantly, compelling read. Once I started, I couldn't put it down, reading it cover-to-cover in three days. It's a lovely travel memoir that's also filled with helpful information, should a Camino trip be in your future. A terrifically gifted writer, Beth Jusino's prose will have you trying on hiking boots in no time. Highly recommend." - Rory
"Walking the Camino has been on my bucket list for about 10 years and enjoy reading these types of books. Perhaps because of Justino's background, this is by far the most interesting and entertaining Camino story I've read. For me, it is just the right mix of her daily hiking experience along with a little historical background for context. Her subtle, sometimes self-degrading, humor is a bonus. At the end of the book she provided her daily destinations and miles walked along with a packing list which is something I wish more authors would provide. I'm in my 60's now and beginning to doubt if I will ever make the walk but after reading this book I'm still hoping." - Patrick
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Caleb has hiked the entire Camino Frances in the fall of 2016 and has done many wilderness hikes along the Appalachian Trail, Superior Hiking Trail, Machu Pichu, and other smaller week-long treks. After completing his journey on the French route, he wrote a book about his experience carrying a wooden cross the entire way.
Since writing his own book, he loves to read about others who have experienced their own beautiful journey.