Petit La Creu
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... cows and calves being diverting off the main path and being desperately forced to struggle up steep and rocky stretch of mountainous slope through the scattering of forest. The two men, probably the elderly father and mid-forties son, yelped and hollered at the herd while the three cattle dogs raced around offering their nips of encouragement. This was no easy climb and the cattle skidded on the rocky terrain as precarious hoof-holds were not guaranteed. It was quite a sight ...
Good luck this morning - there was a produce and everything else market at the little town we stayed at last night. We have bought heaps of little gifts , it was a fun experience negotiating in Spanish / English/ sign language. We have made it to Barcelona in one piece. Spanish drivers are crazy !, somehow we have managed to ...
... warmed to at least 31 C on the Col de Mente. The scenery is spectacular. Much of the time we are high up with unrestricted views. The roads are in pretty good shape and they go up hill and down hill and up hill ……. You get my drift.
Yesterday we set out from Font Romeu with a long descent down beautiful twisting roads in the cold of early morning followed by a couple of short climbs and then the Col de Port de Pailheres. A long steep climb that ...
During the night the wind howled around the refuge and the rain pelted the building. In the morning the weather forecast was for showers in the morning with winds up to 80 km per hour, and rain in the afternoon. Not very promising! We discussed descending to the valley with the guardian of the refuge, who told us it would be OK as long as we took care as one section of the track has very slippery rocks. We decided to go ahead as a whole day of playing scrabble on ...
... while we continued our ascent. Trying to take a short cut to cut off a big zig zag in the trail proved to be a very bad mistake as the going got too steep for us. We returned to the normal track only to meet up with a herd of sleeping cows that were not too happy about being chased off it. Having convinced them of the error of there ways we climbed ever upwards eventually reaching the pass called the Port de Saleix. Now ...