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Spanish Pyrenees, National Parks, Observations, Climate
Crossing back and forth between France and Spain we have
seen a good deal of the Pyrenees range of mountains.
The National Parks contain the best scenery, and it is some
of the best in the world, but unfortunately when these parks were established
everybody was in line for their chop. The locals still wanted to graze their
cattle, sheep, goats, ...
... limestone cliffs. The Paredes de Leyva are considered one of the best climbing areas in Spain. We saw a couple of climbers making their way up the rock face. We stopped for lunch at the Refugio de Leyva before heading back to the original route. We saw a couple of ibex on the way back – a mother and baby.
The last 2 km’s of path was along a dry river bed in a steep wooded ravine.
Back at the campsite, the gas has run out as John predicted ...
... Friesian sheep are the most common kind of dairy products sheep used in the United States. East Frieisan sheep are quite a vulnerable type and the young need special care. Lacaune Sheep Another popular type of sheep is the Lacaune. This French type is popular in the United States because while it produces less milk than the East Friesian, the milk has even more overall solids, makings it perfect for producing ...
We left San Fulgenco about 10.30am and traveled for about 70 miles, with a few minor detours when we missed turnings, heading for a small new Aire about 3 Km outside Totana. We traveled up and up until we came to a small road and at the end was another great view and the campsite to our selves (for about 5 mins when another camper turned up) but they parked on the top area so it was ok. We have lunch which was put everything on the table and we ...
After leaving Granada, we parted ways. Henri and Gerardo took the train to the beach town of Cadiz while Monique and I (Rubi) headed to the rocky mountains of Murcia so that I could take my AP Psych test. When Henri and Gerardo told people they were going to Cadiz, many nodded their approval with envy in their eyes. When we mentioned our destination of Murcia, they asked why in the world we would go there. We discovered however, that both locations ...