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Lovely morning at alb. Our room slept in so I just let Stew sleep and I reclaimed my chair from yesterday and had a nice cup of coffee watching pilgrims pass and birds moving about. Off to Sarria at 8:00. Purchased new credentials ours are full (stamped at each stop). Talked with girls and hope to meet up tomorrow. Buen ...
... out in the cold and rain. It did eventually stop raining but stayed very cold most of the day.
Around 2:00 we stopped at Fonfria. We were all ready to stop but Stew. So Stew and I continued on leaving the girls to the warmth of the alb. In Fonfria.
We are now in Gilatia and it is mostly farming. We have run into cows being ...
Today was horrible. Abergue and it was pouring. I was completey soaked within 20 minutes. MY phone, is dead. I donīt know how, or why. It is no longer working. So unfortunately, with only 7 days left....blogging will be nil if at all. I just want to say thank you for going on this journey with us and keeping us in your hearts while we have been ...
... kitted up in our"Arctic Gear" before setting off. So much for thinking it was all downhill when the first thing we do is go UP. We were in cold damp mist until we got passed the Alto de San Roque where it slowly started to break up and let the sun through. The final pitch up to Alto do Poio was a ***** just like I rembered it from last year. I'm surprised there are not more headstones or monuments on this section of track. From this point on ...
After breakfast, we grabbed Brenda and jumped in the car. Today we would be following the Pilgrim's trail, but we would make a few detours as there was a town that needed to be visited.
Heading out, we basically started to follow the trail in reverse. We were getting excited as we had walked and ridden ...
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