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... as the ones standing on other ridges not far away). It's all very picturesque and I spend a couple of hours walking the ridge and visiting the castle and one of the windmills. The castle has walls 5m thick near its only entrance. The weather is warm, but fairly overcast up to lunchtime. There's sufficient wind to make me put on a light fleece for a while - and to bring one of the windmills into action.
Visit completed, I'm on my way again, this time to get to ...
A long haul, but good road surfaces and little traffic meant plenty of time to sightsee even when moving at the speed limit. If you're into wind farms, they've gone for them on a grand scale.If windmills are your thing, a short run off the main drag is Consuegra. These are the giants tilted -at by Don ...
With storms still forecast for the east side of the country a change of plan took us west and out into the open interior. Still plenty of castles and fortified towns about although given the weather we did not stop to explore. Arrived at the hotel in good time so had a walk around the town. Not really much to see and the church was closed. The hotel had enclosed parking so the bike was parked inside along with the owners.
... a fairly sunny part of the world.
My second stop was in the southern part of the province near
the Andalusian border at the Castillo de Calatrava Nueva, the ruins of a castle
& convent spectacularly located on a mountaintop seemingly in the middle of
nowhere. The region around castle was awarded to the Knights of Calatrava in
the late 1100s, a group affiliated with the Cistercian order which won this
border region for the Christian ...
... thinking, "I am not exactly sure what God's work is but I am really excited to learn about it, to get my hands dirty and discovered where I am called to be." But, after just a short time of being in Mexico, I quickly started thinking about my feet and where they were. What they were walking away from? What they were walking to? Who were they were walking with?
I don't have "it" all figured out yet friends, but I have come to understand that figuring ...