Close up: It was as good as it looks. We ate on the patio in the amazing warm weather we are having.
By Finisterre beach.
… (we’re lost) we said to the man spray-washing his driveway. He smiled and gave us excellent directions back to the Camino. We had been lost the previous hour and a half (having just realized it about 40 minutes before)… Continue Reading
Wynette. Charlie likes taking pictures of doors. I liked this one because one side was open and we got a glimpse inside. This was in a village where most of the doors were green like this one.
Charlie and Wynette. We had this interesting room in the casa rural La Rosa de Agua in El Acebo. It was the biggest room we have had. As you can see we spread out. Hard to believe that all fits… Continue Reading
Before sunrise but that is easy to do when sunrise is at 8:40. The streets are lighted even in towns with only one street. Above, leaving El Acebo. Below, the Shadows changed hue in the electric light.
The trail opens up into the main street (pretty much the only street). The village is in pretty good shape with many of the old buildings restored, like this casa rural. But the unrestored doors are the most interesting.
Wynette. It is October 21. This is the current crazy forecast for our next days. This is Galicia where average summer highs are in the low 70s and average October high is 63 and rain 50% of the days. We… Continue Reading
That is the approach near the end of the trail into Molinaseca. And here are the trees.
Over the bridge. And at the bar.