Man to make life-changing trek across Spain

by Wally Wharton on September 7, 2015


He’s ready to make pilgrimage of a lifetime across Spain

Melanie Russell photo

Michael Trujillo, 68, tries out his hiking gear on a trail behind his house in the Cascade View neighborhood. He will be leaving in mid-September for a six-week journey in northern Spain on the famous El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail. Trujillo has been training for five months and hopes to raise money for cancer research.

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