Posada de la Casa del Abad de Ampudia
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... prior to leaving Colorado, Mike has blisters in every conceivable location on his feet. He's been a trooper! We met Colleen, an RN from New Zealand early in the trek and happened to stay in the same albergue with her on Tuesday. She offered to treat his feet by stitching sterile cotton thread through each blister for draining and healing. It seems to have worked well! Yesterday was a ...
... than we are lucky and better take full advantage of it. The downside is you have to lug around an extra five pounds. That's my job. My Nicname is donkey the past few days. I don't understand why we aren't losing weight and it can't be our carb on carbs eating habit :p orrrr the bottle of wine each night. We decided to cut back carbs and eliminate the alcohol for a bit. We will see how far that goes without us thinking murder again. Nic without buttered ...
... With 9.9 miles under our belt, we continued on at 10:15 for the last leg to Poblacion de Campos which was a nice dirt path parallel to a secondary highway which ultimately entered the 11th century village. We walked into Poblacion de Campos at 11:30 and began looking for our place to stay. We didn't find it on our first pass thru the village and asked an older Señora who didn't have a clue and appeared concerned that she couldn't help us. Jim reassured her and ...
... I realized that tuning was almost identical to the alternate tuning I use on my tenor Uke (which I carry with me). He asked to see it so I pulled out my $80 Chineese Uke and he played some cool stuff on it! (See video). Then Freddy gave us tickets to a nearby bullfight (tickets given to him by the mayor) so we are staying an extra day for that spectacle. See ...
... down the other side. Yesterday was filled with history, today i walked into the food bowl of northern spain. Wheat, sunflowers and forage crops as far as the eye could see. I also came across an irrigation area that seems as though it has been in place for quite some time. Pretty impressive. I ran into my fellow pilgrims with stories of others with leg issues, blisters, shin splints and muscle strain. All of whom have pulled the pin and ...