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... but apparently they were holding out a little). We made it down unscathed to our quaint little village nestled into the mountain. Our evening was nice. A good dinner by a nice fire. I'm not sure I can summarize my feelings on today. I'll simply say, it was great to be in the mountains, it felt good to feel the Cruz, and I'm increasingly proud of my aunt. In fact, she called today's walk "lovely". We've come a long ...
... ago of cancer and arriving to the cross was his ultimate goal of the camino. It was an honor. But not only were we there with him but also had our own stones to put at the cross. If was very moving. For me it was a time to let go. A tribute to everyone in my life that I want to be a better person. I can't do anything about the past and that is exactly what it is, the past. It is what it is. I can only do something about the present, and ...
... for the amount of staring that occurred as we walked the streets.
On a much more pleasant note, the city is home to countless White Storks. It seems like the bell towers of every church has at least one of these rather large birds sitting on a nest and they could be constantly seen flying back and forth from the river with nesting material. We did not see any chicks.
Next stop, Porto Portugal
Hasta La Vista, muchachos!
18 Sept, 2013, Wednesday (from Craig)
My turn! Mom and dad called this morning. They are in Foncebadon, one day's hike to the cross where they drop a rock, or I should say it's along todays hike where they pass it and continue along until they find another place to stay. I'll have to look at Google map after I send this out too see about where they are on ...
March march march up up. March march march up up. Say that three more times. Grip grip grip down. Grip grip grip down. Say that one more time. And so our day went. 20 miles of 15 up and 5 down. I can't imagine we had a recommendation to wear running shoes. The terrain definitely necessitates hiking shoes. No blisters yet but random aches and pains. Pray for my left heel and right knee :-) today we started ...