Tierra de Biescas
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Day Six: Argeles to St Pierre de Pont. 150km, 3350m of ascent.
We knew this had potential to be a tough day. One hundred and fifty kilometres with 3350 of ascent is a tough day by itself. But day six……?
Once again, the weather dawned cloudy and damp but with a good forecast. We were up before the dawn with another ferry of bikes and people up to Argeles.
Today we had four climbs. The Col de Solour and Col D’Aubisque were ...
... 58 years of bad choices and have a clean slate moving forward?
Also at the summit, sculptor Vincent Galbete created a piece dedicated to the Pilgrims Way to Compestela. It is called "where the route of the wind crosses that of the stars." It represents the evolution of the way through history in the form of a progression of pilgrims from different eras. There are 14 natural sized iron ...
... roads, depressing (even in summer), pay and park everywhere, and I believe there is even a **** tax these days. The place is just covered with litter with
roadsides, car parks, public places generally, needing cleaning. And those bloody hedgerows on rural roads. You get no view of the country side you are driving through. I could go on!!!
If you enjoy seeing the odd example of native fauna like we do, you will be disappointed. The only wildlife we saw ...
... group of compadres, Dave went first, followed by Terry, me and then Paul. All the others were much faster and would come later. The start was actually more ceremonial than anything as the timing mat was about a kilometre up the road to neutralize the effect of traffic in town.
We lined up with our bikes. Climbed up on to the stage. There were a couple of guys in front of me. Then it was my turn. “Andy from Canada. Bonne chance Andy!” Go! Descended the ...
... time. Departing early the next morning we left the caravan club in Burgos and set off in the direction of Pamplona. Pamplona, famous now for its bull running and tomato fighting, was originally founded by the Roman general Pompeius who thought the site was of great strategic value due to it's location at the foot of the Pyrenees. I agreed, it was a sweet spot for defending against invaders, but the big city held no attraction for ...