The French and North Caminos” is a fascinating discussion of a once-in-a-lifetime experience


“A Father and Son Walking Experience: The French and North Caminos”: a motivational and personal biographical work. “A Father and Son Walking Experience: The French and North Caminos” is the creation of published author Dr. Ruben Barron, a devoted husband, father and grandfather who has dedicated his career to the field of education.

Dr Barron shares: “The book is a personal account of the journey of a father and son walking over a thousand miles on the Camino de Santiago. It is a bonding experience between two grown men who face unexpected struggles to reach their destination over an extended period of time. It is also a reference for those wishing to learn more about what the historic and famous Camino de Santiago entails.

“The French Camino, everyone’s favorite, was very interactive with countless fellow travelers from all over the world. It includes fascinating rides through big cities like Pamplona, ​​Leon and Burgos and unique segments like climbing the Pyrenees from France to Spain and the long, flat mesa outside of Burgos.

“The North Camino was an almost entirely different experience. While the struggles were more pronounced, they were more satisfying. Almost nothing went as planned, and yet it all came together in the end. There is no doubt that the French Camino had to come first. This prepared us for the second trip to Europe, as did the four years between the two Caminos.

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dr. Ruben Barron’s new book is a truly unique exploration of the complexities of human connection and the powerful journey of faith experienced while hiking.

Dr. Barron shares an enjoyable and engaging account within the pages of this thoughtful tome.

Consumers can purchase“A Father and Son Walking Experience: The French and North Caminos” in traditional bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes Store or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or inquiries about “A Father and Son Walking Experience: The French and Northern Paths,” contact Christian Faith Publishing’s Media Department at 866-554-0919.

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