The Camino de Santiago is an ancient path that calls to pilgrims of all nationalities, faiths and ages. This is the story of a father and daughter — aged 82 and 54 — walking together on a journey of 42 days and nearly 500 miles.
Linda Alvarez and her father, Harold Graham, arrived on the Camino with very different levels of preparation, health and strength. In this lively and candid telling, Linda shares both the delights and challenges of their pilgrimage.
As the journey unfolds, they find the pilgrim experience is one of humility, camaraderie, endurance, ritual and joy. They learn there is more to the journey than the distance traveled and the terrain covered…and they discover the journey does not end just because they’ve stopped walking.Photos: http://www.candescencemedia.com/camino-notes-photos
About the Author
The first twenty years of Linda Alvarez’s professional life were spent pursuing a successful career in the Arts. Trained in theatre, she and her husband produced and managed theatrical and media productions across the United States. In the mid-1990’s Linda reentered the academic world earning her law degree, magna cum laude, in 1997. She entered private practice in the large firm environment and later moved ‘in-house’. In 2005, Linda launched her solo practice; and in 2012, was recognized by the American Bar Association as a “Legal Rebel” for her work in bringing change to the legal system. www.DiscoveringAgreement.com