Why not Annapurna or Machu Pichu? Why always the "same old" Camino? A question carried with an almost sigh, a question often asked of Sharon.
Many learners seek a teacher to support and stretch them in their learning, and for Sharon, there is no fiercer or more forthright teacher than the Camino de Santiago. A teacher that calls its learners to walk lightly in their judgements, opinions, and assumptions, yet firmly in their flexibility, curiosity, and wonder, while stepping the practical path between Saint Jean Pied de Port and Santiago de Compostela. A teacher that calls some learners once, or maybe twice in their lifetime, while repeatedly sounding the call to others.
Journey with Sharon, on this, her ninth Camino, into her stories of struggle, sweetness, significance, and soul. Stories she tells through a series of imagined letters written to very real people whom she encountered along "The Way". Stories as much about them and the path, as about her, and the journey into what it means to be human, in all its imperfection, improbability, mystery, and magic.