Au Relais de Vouzeron
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... internalised action plan to deliver it.
Petite and sweet, showing the patience
of a true people person.
When their individual efforts are amassed with their small team, the results of their efforts increase exponentially.
Now this blog is anonymous. So I do not intend naming anyone. If you know P and H you will understand what I am saying. They are too nice to allow the whole world know them via the internet.
... day of 52km.
From Issoudun, we again walked through farm country. My companions, who are worried about me being alone once their portion of the hike is over, asked me to be the guide today. I was more than happy to do so, and I led the way without any mishaps. We lunched in Thurzay, where we played on the local playground like very large children.
It seemed like quite an easy walk today because much of it was in the countryside, and my bag was so ...
... you don’t know what you’re going to get, but I was surprised to find it very delicious and filling: soup, duck, potato croquettes, bread, cheese, and a chocolate éclair.
The local church is also pretty remarkable. Its architecture dates to the mid-19th century, but the stained glass windows and sculptures were modern from the 1960’s. After seeing so many medieval churches, this was very different, yet just as beautiful.
The walking today was not very pleasant. The hike wasn't difficult; it just wasn’t very pretty. We walked along the road all day. The first few kilometers were through a forest, but it was damp and the mosquitos were out in full force. Once we emerged from the forest, we walked to a small town where there was a large supermarket (yay!) where we could purchase some supplies for lunch today and the next day. We also passed ...
... I spent some time exploring the town, which had an interesting set of shops. I found a comic book store with many graphic novels in French. Some of the titles were familiar, but many were not. I also ran into the young woman who had offered us water. I reintroduced myself, and we spoke a few words in English together. Being a pilgrim is like having friends everywhere!
I returned to our lodgings around 7:30pm for the dinner our hostess had prepared for us. In ...