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Pilgrims Supplies raises funds to support our free First Aid and pastoral care for pilgrims on the Caminos to Santiago de Compostela

We have an Ebay shop with various pilgrim items for sale

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Below are some links to good packing lists

Lightness is all - believe me. 

It was too late to change it, but my rucksack weighed over 4 lbs empty!

So weigh everything!

Tips? My son - a great traveller - gave me a cape/poncho which I took instead of a coat.

Perfect! - no sweating, cool air, freedom of movement, truly waterproof, and really light.

Tiny travel towel, small containers to decant your shampoo, etc, into. Socks make good gloves, zip-leg trekking trousers (so trousers and shorts) - trust me - keep it light.

I rate - Swiss Army knife, indoor sandals, hat, toilet paper (+ mini-bags & trowel),

your own salt, pepper, olive oil - oh yes, and humour essential.

Pilgrim, Believe this -

within just a few hours of walking

your pack will feel really heavy

Take only what you need -

no, listen

carry only what you need

Another excellent blog site from an experienced veteran pilgrim 4/camino-packing-list.html

Another great blog with an effective packing list by Jessica, though she takes more than a man would

- toiletries and evening shoes, pyjamas, and so on - still an excellent list

A good blog - and she is very honest in mentioning which items she posted back home, which I rather like -questions/topic3519.html

In depth listing on a forum thread with responses - very helpful (and a great forum too)

A brave pilgrim -

look at how much he's carrying!

Leave the sofa behind

Cute possibility

If you are seeking creative ideas, go out walking.  

Angels whisper to a man when he goes for a walk.

 ~Raymond Inmon