Puerta de San Pedro
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... walk - higher than the start in St Jean to Roncesvalles. And it was not an easy climb - probably the hardest climb on the journey so far. Once there, it was a definite stop to rest, have a beer and lunch. Once rested, we rolled mostly downhill to Biduedo to the Casa Rural Quiroga by 4pm. We spent most of the day walking with David and Ednah from Canada, and finished the day with the 3 American lads - who are great for a laugh and energy ...
... 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 ...
... as many pilgrims have perished here due to the unpredictability of the weather. I should say this is was in the past, not an issue now.
Today was a shorter day for us as we planned to get out of step with the Brierley book as many people use this to plan their next stopovers.
The guys decided to sack me as the motivator as I said the stage was relatively flat after O'Cebreiro. On average it ...
... a stress, or if it is you would never pick it.
Dogs rule. There is and have been dogs everywhere throughout the trip. They watch you go past, are sitting with the cows, chickens or whatever, sitting on fences and they are all shapes and sizes and the breeding?? The last couple of days there has been a big increase in what are German shepherds or have a lot of shepherd in them. They are friendly and many see you coming and run out to meet you then ...
... is 91 and has lived there since he was12- a custom of those times encouraged all families to give one son to the church and one to the army.
2. The divine office is chanted in full each day with Lauds in the morning and vespers in the evening being open to the public.
3. The monastery receives no support from the Government and it's source of income- farm produce etc drastically reduced makes for difficult times, especially due to a fire back in 1951 which tragically burnt ...