Today’s guest is “Unstoppable, Stacey”, a pilgrim and author from Flagstaff, Arizona. I’ve been thinking a lot about her story since I recorded our interview. She has not let a near-fatal accident that resulted in a brain injury stop her from doing the thing she loves to do most which is to travel. She’s walked several Caminos and has written Camino guidebooks. Let’s listen to Stacey tell her story, share her insights about walking, and tells us about a Pilgrimage in the US called the Wisconsin Way. Stacey inspires me and I think she will inspire many of you! Be sure to check out the Bonus episode with Stacey where we played 20 Camino Questions and the behind-the-scenes footage of this interview which are both available on our YouTube Channel.
Connect with Stacey:
Stacey's books: https://www.amazon.com/Stacey-Wittig/e/B00J4WUOR4?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1666971633&sr=1-1
Connect with Leigh at The Camino Cafe Podcast:
YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6VN9ze3z61n6tRLtDXWuQw
The Camino Cafe's intro and outro song was made possible with the generosity of fellow Pilgrim, Jackson Maloney.
Original Song - "Finnis Terre" - written and performed by Jackson Maloney - Pilgrim, Singer, Musician, and Songwriter.
Connect with Jackson: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3fdQsSqq9pDSwKcWlnBHKR