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... of day. Walking along the waterway and listening to the rustling of trees and birdsong and seeing the sun gently rise over the Meseta, I thought of my Dad. Throughout his life, he got up between 5.30 and 6am and I always remember his words, "it's the best time of the day, son" Dad, this morning, you are so right.... With a 27km day ahead, progress is really good. ...
... left. Interestingly, this seemed to correlate to the hot spots on the toes. So, adjusting his walking to less pushing off with the toes, has possibly contributed to no blisters in the toe area, thus far. It remains to be seen if this new walking habit will remain once we get back to "normal" amounts of walking... but it could turn out to be an unexpected benefit of the Camino. Linda has chronic blister formation when she walks. Over the past two years, she has ...
FYI - names of cities on the headings of blog entries are dependent on internet connection so sometimes it will show us in the same town for several days when in fact each day ends in a new town. This days walk begins with a new family of seven who have been organically coalescing over the last two days. We now walk with the two Irishman, Teresa (a Spainard living in UK), Marsha (US), and ...
Okay I had a bad day and I get to whine a bit because it's my blog. The day started out great. With our day off yesterday we walked with a new group of people....all wonderful. We've been walking with Derek for about five days. He's from Ireland. So here's a joke: what's better/worse than walking with an Irishman? Walking with two Irishman! Today we met up with Aidan...another Irishman. It was like spending the day at a comedy show! These guys are hilarious. Just toss out a ...
... singing. We followed the voice down the street. Paul peeked in the door and immediately saw the lit-up, excited face of our friend from Ohio, Tim. A nun hurried out to the street to tell us the albergue was full. We told her we had a tent. She hesitated, but showed us the garden area. It was hard dirt and filled with lines if drying clothes. Then she said wait a moment. She came back and offered us two mattresses on the floor. We were so exhausted that offer was ...