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... up, so after the initial concerns we seemed to walk the rest of the trip with ease. Besides a little sunburn and one tiny blister on my toe, we did not have any other issues. Santiago is a joyous place. One sees hundreds of pilgrims finding friends they met along the way and haven't seen for days, possibly weeks. There are screams of delight everywhere and lots of hugs. Everyone is so excited to be here regardless of where they started or which Camino they walked. ...
... tools that we have and found nothing suitable, I begin to look further afield…in the cutlery drawer. A pair of scissors used in reverse with a cloth around the blades to protect my hands might just give me enough leverage to open the clip…alas, the plastic handle of the scissors snap and I am lucky not to lose a finger. Sam is as determined that I don’t do myself an injury as I am to get the pipe back on and eventually I relent and she calls the breakdown company.
Santiago Today is my daughter Livy's birthday. Despite not being able to speak through FaceTime, there were big smiles from us both and sometimes that conveys all you need to know. Jon, Alex and Livy have all sent me texts which mean a great deal to me. After collecting my special 800 year anniversary Compostela from the San Fransiscan church, it was time for the pilgrims mass at noon. It was a beautiful and ...
... who was kindly waiting for me to take a phot suspected the same and picked it up - photo taken - put in bush and he flew away *shrug* and I finally got a photo of a blackbird today! The four and twenty nursery rhyme variety - lots of them, just not able to capture them on camera. Found this one in the grass while I had strip down time (change from morning cold weather to frost cleared sun weather) and snaveled him.
And my nose is peeling. Got it burnt the other ...
... are than the expected milestones we encounter. My soaked boots and socks relieved the pain in my problem toes - they were able to enjoy a cool sponge bath! There were "Watch for deer" signs as we traversed the eucalyptus forests, so I watched for deer. At one point I sang, "There was an old lady who swallowed a fly...." and "Do your ears hang low, do they wobble to and fro..." (thanks dad!). It really was a memorable and introspective day - perhaps even one ...