Thursday, July 20, 2006

Check out ¨where we are¨

On the right of the blog,directly under the contributors list, is a links menu that contains a new feature Mike (a.k.a. Annie´s husband) created. It will take you to a pop up window that shows where the group is on a map of the Camino. If you then click on the shell, it will take you to an external site with details and photos of the town we are scheduled to be in for that day.

Today´s link (Astorga) has a virtual tour of the town and all of the places Casey mentions in his last post on our rest day. This is a great way to see what the students are experiencing on a daily basis.

A very heartfelt thanks to Mike for putting this feature together. We hope it helps family members and friends back home visualize some of the remarkable experiences the team members are describing in their blogs.

10 Comments:

Blogger Carla said...

Mike
Wow! That is so cool! You are the best. Thanks for creating this link for us!!!
Caryn's mom

11:14 AM  
Blogger scribbler said...

Andy, It's amazing that you or Annie get time to do any blogging at all! Mike's link is a brilliant visual. Thanks to all three of you for making this possible for these young people. Alec's Dad

12:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW! What a great Link. The pictures are terrific. We are so grateful for the experience you are all having and for the wonderful leadership that makes it all possible! THANK YOU! Keep safe and Vaya Con Dios!! Nancy (Paul's Mom)

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Andy, Annie

Thanks for all the arrangements to let these young people have such a great experience.

Mike

Thanks for your link.


Chunyi's Dad & Mom

10:53 PM  
Blogger Kristy said...

What an adventure! Thanks for giving us the ability to see where you are on your trek. The pictures on this link really give us a "little" sense of what it's like there. I hope that all of you remain safe and in relatively good "physical" condition. I can't wait to read the new posts to the blog as you all give us such an interesting perspective and tell such wonderful tales of your experiences. You look pretty "happy" in some of the pictures.... must be some good Sangria! Love, Allie's mom

10:57 PM  
Blogger edenharris said...

This is great! Thanks so much to Mike, and to you both, Andy and Annie, for your leadership and vision in this program.
The map and pictures are a wonderful way to keep up with all of you and cheer you on from here. We're all thinking of you as you push on to the last phase of your trip. Bien Camino.
Janet

8:34 AM  
Blogger Connie said...

Wow! My feet are REALLY hurting now! Kelly is standing ready with her supply of bandidas for all those blisteros! (Sorry, I couldn't help using a little Spanglish...learned it in Miami!)

This is so exciting to see how far you've walked!
A.Connie

8:30 AM  
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