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We continue to be blessed with blue skies and sunshine. It would be so good if it continues. A local store owner told us September was lots better than August as far as weather was concerned. Yesterday afternoon we met up again with the two Italian brothers that I affectionately call 'the mafia'as they always have sunglasses on. Today was a very short walk on a flat road without any shade. We did see, however, a couple of things for the first time. We saw two trains -a passenger ...
... up to or visa versa. Today we spent over 2 hours walking and sharing with a Dutchman who lives and works in Mexico. He and Daryl know some of tbe same areas in California and Mexico and we found another common link in that he is a Christian attending a Presbyterian church.
Sahagun is an interesting town of approx 2,800 people. More about that tomorrow when we've had an opportunity to explore a little ...
... my blister only to find we are out of gauze pads :( Hope to find a town tomorrow big enough to host a pharmacia for new supplies. Anyway, kinda a bummer today with a painful foot and a longer-than-planned walk. I have decided we simply MUST keep our days walk at 20 - 25 k or my feet just fall apart. Problem is on this damn Meseta you can walk all day before you find food, water, or a bed. We will try to plan better In the the coming days. No photos today....I was in a bad ...
... 100,000 tonnes of rock and none of it was sourced in the local area. All of it was bought in. Over than new gravel coverings the road is effectively still in place and solely used by pilgrims on the camino. All of this activity was before 'caterpillar' equipment was around and i am pretty sure kenworth wasn't though of either. Jesus may have been a carpenter but i reckon he would have been light on for 'fitters and turners' in his ...
... Today's stop for us was decided by the effort of marketing as 2 Km before town a woman was handing our fliers to her pub which was not the first one in town. So, with flyer in hand we walked to the third pub this time for our lunch. Smart lady. We continue to meet people from all over the world on a daily basis. Recently from Brazil, London, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, and of course the usuals, Canadian, French, German, and US. As we walk, you typically ...
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