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The Way of the Wild Goose on the Camino de Santiago with Beebe Bahraini
With three pilgrimages across southern France and northern Spain defining author and anthropologist Beebe Bahrami's single journey on the Camino de Santiago finds us on an adventure of nature, ancient road and history. The road is named after St. James one of the closest apostles to Jesus.
She tells us her story of traveling the path and how the geese play a big part in this journey. Thousands of people have walked this 436 mile road. Those who have taken this journey say the earths energy has transformed them long with the people and experiences along the way.
Keywords: camino De Santiago, Beebe Bahrami, Nancy Yearout, High Road to Humanity, St. James, Christian Pilgrimage, masons, Geese, path, boardgames, mother goose
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