A snail along the Camino de Santiago, the pilgrim walk in northern Spain that honors St. James and attracts nearly 200,000 walkers a year.
A snail along the Camino de Santiago, the pilgrim walk in northern Spain that honors St. James and attracts nearly 200,000 walkers a year. A.W. Olbrich Special to the Idaho Statesman
A snail along the Camino de Santiago, the pilgrim walk in northern Spain that honors St. James and attracts nearly 200,000 walkers a year. A.W. Olbrich Special to the Idaho Statesman

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