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Second: an up always leads to a down. Down the steep trail was a mighty challenge.
It was a great day and we all made it!!
Looking forward to more tomorrow, although the distance is in question since the kilometer is longer in Europe and so we shall see what the day brings.
Peace - Johnna.
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... each other up to make the walls are a wonder.
Valdevere: a tiny village where we ended up one night after we walked cross country to a megalith site, which was a large circle of about 100 oval boulders upright and placed on the side of a hill overlooking a valley. A site where the sunrays and moonlight would convene as would people wanting to bless, gather, celebrate and meet up throughout their nomadic lives. No-one really knows for ...
... myself with my poles and get back up with a dry butt! It was so cold up there (6.8 and a freezing wind to add to the chill factor) and whited out and we were soaked with sweat from the few hours of endless climb so couldn't hang out to freeze. The moisture on my shirt turned to ice crystals and you can't walk in a coat because it's too hot.
The climb and eventual downhill was simply stunning despite the hard work - no prize ...
... in the Romanesque style built in the 13th century. On one hand the crypt's walls were painted with 700 year old frescos and on the lawn was the home of a larger than life modern sculpture. So many languages are spoken as we enjoy refreshments at an outdoor cafe. The stonework, architecture, and simplicity have transported us. We're definitely not in Kansas any longer ...
... that finished with the Pilgrims being called forward to be blessed in a dozen languages. I found out I was the only Catholic amongst the 30 pilgrims at the service, as they all later asked me what the service was about as it was palm Sunday and they did not understand the green leaved sticks we were given. My Korean tiger is an atheist, but walks the Camiono as its very famous in Korea. I had met ...