"Guns Blood Poison" , piece from my book published earlier this year #betweenearthandsky
...returning to the magic pen to find the way through to the present again...between past and futures lies the thing...looking forward to delving into these poems and new work from the road...lifting it off the page and into song. #poetry #writing #solomusicpronext #pilgrimage
I’m gonna show you where it’s dark
Have no fear 🙏🏼👁❤️
Sea of Galilee
Matthew 14: 25 Shortly before dawn Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake.
31 Immediately Jesus reached out his hand and caught him.
32 And when they climbed into the boat, the wind died down. 33 Then those who were in the boat worshiped him, saying, “Truly you are the Son of God.” Matthew 15:29 (NIV)
29 Jesus left there and went along the Sea of Galilee. Then he went up on a mountainside and sat down.
Otoño 🍁en el Camino de Santiago. Foto de @fdgffm
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Run Streak Day Ten
Despite the tension @ Gaza the last few days, we were able to visit the Temple Mount this morning.
When King Solomon built the first Holy Temple in 826 BCE, he wanted it to be the heart of the Jewish nation—a place where people felt inspired to talk to God a place where no one would feel alone. "Please, God” he said during the Temple's inauguration, "Hear the prayers that are said in this place.” We wrote our prayers on paper and inserted them into the cracks of the Wailing wall - הכותל המערבי. Lord, hear our prayers! #nhtours2018 #pilgrimage #wailingwall #templemount #israel #hearourprayers #kingsolomon
Wild camping in Italy was challenging. Any free land is either privately owned, used for agriculture or so overgrown pitching a tent is impossibility.
On our first day back on the road after our time in Lake Garda we had a rather noisy sleep underneath a busy motorway bridge.
It wasn't the best nights sleep we've had but it was flat, safe and not far from the local supermarket.
Our final morning in Lake Garda was blessed with a soft stream of sunlight that illuminated the surrounding mountains, casting them in splashes of gold and silver.
After a short period of rest, relaxation and a little too much beer it was the first time we had seen this part of the morning. It was a beautiful start to the next leg of our adventure.
We were up early on day 69 to finish packing our panniers and prepare for leaving Lake Garda.
The morning was free of the customary headwind that lashes Torbole on a daily basis. Our route took us along the eastern shoreline so the conditions couldn't have been better for our first day back on the road.
With the excitement fresh in our legs we covered the 35 miles to the south end of the lake in under two hours. Little did we know this overexertion after a period of rest would have dire effects on our bodies in the not so distant future.