Charlie. Today we walked on our first senda. It just means trail in Spanish but in this case it means the paths shown here created by the government for the Camino. They are right by roads but separated from them… Continue Reading
Charlie. You can’t blog about the Camino in English and not talk about the Brierly book. John Brierly, British, writes the most used Camino guide in English. The best way to identify English speakers is to notice if they are… Continue Reading
Charlie. Walking the Camino you get excited about seeing things like a flock of sheep. They all had bells so there was constant ringing. If you look closely you can see the red and green marks on them. Here is… Continue Reading
Charlie. At our lovely stop yesterday at Boadilla we talked with this guy from Brazil (Sao Paulo). He was very enthusiastic about the Camino through France starting at Le Puy. He had walked it and said it was beautiful and… Continue Reading
Apparently. More evidence:
Wynette and Charlie. Here is Susie in her lovely orange dress. We have run into her four or five times. Since we are slow we usually only see people once. Fun to see her smiling face. We’ve walked together some… Continue Reading
Dug into hills to keep wine cool.
Charlie. Well not exactly. All the trees you see are planted in even rows. I guess it was completely deforested over the centuries. But it is good that they are trying to reforest.