As true now as in Geoffrey Chaucer’s day: in spring, people’s minds turn to pilgrimages.
His Canterbury Tales points to April as that time when, “thanne longen folk to goon on pilgrimages.” Chaucer’s assorted group was headed to Canterbury, in England. In Northern New Mexico, the pilgrims are walking to Chimayó to complete their Lenten observations as Holy Week leads to Easter Sunday.
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