After reading Franny and Zooey, I read The Way of the pilgrim.
Most were originally drove roads, paths to market, or pilgrim paths.
Pictured above is the sculpture titled Hopeful Had Much Ado from pilgrim's Progress.
The tip of the one of the spires at the National Cathedral fell onto the steps of pilgrim Road.
The pilgrim is well met; he will go to swell the contents of my vivarium.
He has no longer the choice whether to be a pilgrim in the desert or to stay at home.
He stood in the doorway and watched while the pilgrim saddled his horse and rode away.
And the pilgrim made answer that he was hard by, washing his wounds at a fountain.
Cockle hat and staff were distinguishing marks of a pilgrim.
The pilgrim looked at him searchingly and sank down on the lounge.
c.1200, pilegrim, from Old French pelerin, peregrin "pilgrim, crusader; foreigner, stranger" (11c., Modern French pèlerin), from Late Latin pelegrinus, dissimilated from Latin peregrinus "foreigner" (source of Italian pellegrino, Spanish peregrino), from peregre (adv.) "from abroad," from per- "beyond" + agri, locative case of ager "country" (see acre).
Change of first -r- to -l- in most Romance languages by dissimilation; the -m appears to be a Germanic modification. Pilgrim Fathers "English Puritans who founded Plymouth colony" is first found 1799 (they called themselves Pilgrims from c.1630, in reference to Hebrew xi:13).