Camino Gear List for Firsttimers

Camino Gear List for Firsttimers

Packing for the Camino de Santiago is pretty easy. As a simple approach, pack everything you think you need, then start throwing things out until you’re at about seven kilograms. Alternatively, pack nothing and hope for the Camino to provide, which works about 90 percent of the time. The lightest packing I’ve seen was a man from Australia who brought his cellphone, charger, a light blanket (which doubled as his roll), an extra set of underpants, socks, shorts, and T-Shirt, and a poncho and water bladder. Add a credit card and you’re all set. In case you’re less into the super-minimalist approach, here are some pointers…

Shudder — It’s alive

Shudder — It’s alive

This morning I took the Patreon page online. I’m not usually someone asking for money outside of work, so this is a little unreal, unknown territory, and somewhat uncomfortable. But I think the idea is solid, the email address (get your own @ultreia.me with your patronage) a great value, and this is really something cool […]