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... sleep. Repeat.
Tomorrows run is 33km and I was seriously looking forward to hopefully getting my 55,000 steps in a day on my Fitbit. But after today's numerous thumps on the ankle we altered the plan. There is a village 11km which is only a short run then we could do the 22km the next day. We have time up our sleeve to do so. Problem is not so sure about Albergue in the little town, could be great like last night or be bloody awful. If it's awful then we need ...
... lot of puddles but soft ground and grass to walk on. A good morning from some young calves and the sight of a cow with the donger missing in her bell. Must be heaven for her. Lots of cows, horses and sheep where large leather collars with big cow bells. They never cease to ding as the animals move. Makes it easy for the farmer to find, but can you imagine the incessant ringing if that was tied to you. Would have to eventually lose hearing. I enjoyed seeing this cow without ...
Black start in full wet gear. Forecast is for rain. Freaking freezing wind so glad of wet gear as it stops a bit of that plus any rain that is supposed to come our way. First few kms...........bitumen!
Thankfully after negotiating the road system we enter Parque Natural de Cornalvo and a dirt road almost 20kms to our digs for tonight. Beautiful underfoot, a bit muddy in places - clearly had more rain than where we were yesterday- had to kick it off - ...
... are advantages, it's warmer and the lake is closer. I have adapted to the new home and resumed my association with the regulars on the Weobley walk on Saturday - there are a couple of girls (labs) of whom, shall I say, I am very fond. You might now appreciate that my life had returned to near normal and that I was more than content with the hand dealt when, ominously, the old dears unfolded maps onto the coffee table.
My worst suspicions were confirmed when I ...
Yesterday we met a couple who have been living in a motorhome permanently for 14 years, just travelling Europe. They sold their 8 bedroom farmhouse in the UK years ago. Last year they decided go and live in one of their investment properties, a flat. Said they were in it two weeks and got back on the road with the motorhome.