Tierra de Biescas
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... spot, very Celtic countryside, lovely. This area it must rain a lot. They all walk around with umbrellas up and not even raining just a few spots. Headed into france and stayed in Sare to make our pilgrim way to st Jean pied de port. Saw some pilgrims on their first leg of Camino trail, group of Japanese putting on their band aids, at lunch on day one, wow, long way to go yet with all new gear and in light drizzle, fog and ...
... stronger than others and some of us started falling back on the hills, partly because of fatigue and partly trying to conserve energy for the Col d’Ahusquy. Dave was feeling that our pace was a little fast for him. We kept on slowing and bringing him back to the group but eventually he told us to go on and he would continue at his own pace.
Thus we made it to the final climb, nearly five and half hours into the ride. This was actually two climbs in ...
The first half hour went through the old town and into the modern suburbs. Once out of the city the trail wandered through fields, rolling hills and a then up the steep climb to Alto Del Perdon (altitude 790m). Rows of windmills dotted the hills.
Almost 25 percent of Spain's electricity comes from wind and solar power. The generous subsidies for renewables are about to end though - ...
... over here, no camping grounds mean no camping. Unlike the land of milk and honey, there is no public land to camp on. Try camping in a car park or in the street and you will be moved on and fined.
The weather is one thing I can’t complain about (amazingly). It has been excellent since we arrived, but it will cool off somewhat by the time we retrace our tracks back to Britain in October to store the truck until 2015. But for the moment, while we head ...
... the flag so I ask her. Brazil. She moves ahead but I keep her in sight.
There are signs every kilometre that tell you the average grade for the next kilometre. 8%, 9.5%….. Then the sign saying 5km to the summit. Keep it up. Breathing hard. Heart rate too high. Getting hot. Remember to drink. Getting tired. Now the one kilometre to the summit marker. Harder! Keep that power up, increase it. The last hairpin. Come on, harder. The timing mat in site, the ...