What the “Camino Provides” means to Mike Miller
At the October monthly Camino walk, I interviewed Knute Michael Miller, who I met at a previous walk around Lake Merritt. Mike shares his experience of walking the Camino de Santiago (Camino Portugues from Lisbon- April/May 2013 and Camino Frances from St Jean Pied de Port-April/May 2015), the importance of taking a rest day, and his take on what the Camino provides. He also talks about his blog and tells us how he got the nickname Fog City Boy. Watch video on YouTube, or play below.
Mike is also known for making waves at the San Francisco waterfront — as a tour guide, that is! He occasionally leads tours called Making Waves on the Waterfront. I hope to catch one of Mike’s tours — he knows a lot of history and trivia about our beautiful city by the bay. Visit the SF City Guides website for more free walking tours of San Francisco.
See more responses to the question what the Camino provides on the Pilgrim Interviews page.
If you’d like to share your Camino story through a written blog post or video interview, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below.
See you on the trail!
2 thoughts on “Pilgrim Interview: Mike Miller”
Reblogged this on fogcityboy and commented:
Laurie, I am quite honored to be among the first to be interviewed for your blog. I hope that my story and my thoughts will be of benefit to past, present, and future pilgrims. Buen Camino! Mike Miller
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Thanks for sharing your thoughts on video. I love your suggestion of a day of rest each week. I try to do that on Sundays here at home, but sometimes life is too hectic. I will make sure my Caminos will allow for some R&R, sightseeing and museums too!