Three years after our last Camino adventure, my husband and I are now booked to hike a section of the Camino de la Isla (Island Walk) on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Although the entire trail is 700 km, we plan to do a smaller (140+ km) segment as follows:
Charlottetown to Mount Stewart, 32 km
Mount Stewart to Saint Peters, 22 km
St. Peters to New Zealand, 23 km
New Zealand to Elmira, 21 km
Elmira to Bothwell, 22 km
Bothwell to Souris, 21 km
This section of the trail has been described as comprising:
Picturesque forests, vast fields, quiet red dirt roads, old bridges, white clapboard churches, floating boardwalks, pristine bays/lakes, singing sands and the meeting of the ocean tides.https://theislandwalk.ca
After a week-long hike, we will join close friends to tour Cape Breton. Friendship and hiking definitely fuel our inner peace.
I will send updates from this adventure. In the meantime, you can find out more about The Island Walk here.
What fuels your peace? How can you include more of this in your life?
Where in the World are The Travelling Litte Book(s) of Inner Peace?
This past February, I packaged up three copies of The Little Book of Inner Peace (by Ashley Davies Bush) and mailed them to three friends living in three different countries. I requested that they each pass the book along when finished reading. My intention was to begin a ‘Travelling Ripple of Peace.’ Here is where the books have currently surfaced:
Book A has now landed in a gorgeous sunroom in Tumbarumba, Australia. Do you recognize this blogger?
Book B left Scarborough, Ontario and went on vacation in Florida to visit Joanne’s sister, Tina. Tina will shortly return home to Barrie, Ontario. Will her Little Book of Peace remain in Florida or return to Ontario? Stay tuned!
Book C hung out with Sandy and Margaret in Palm Springs and is now with their friend Barbie in Brentwood, California.
I also wrote to the book’s Author (Ashley Davis Bush) to let her know about the travels of her book. Here is what she had to say in reply: “It warms my heart to imagine my book getting passed around the world. I wish you a wonderful year of living your WOTY.”
Shout out to Julian Lennon, who recently performed ‘Imagine’ for the first time, even though he had previously vowed that he would never do this. His performance was in support of Ukraine. Below are Julian’s rendering as well as the ‘official video” for his dad’s version. I find both to be very inspirational. I hope that you enjoy them!