Monthly Archives: June 2017

Day 22 – Cuerres to Sebrayo

We left early and hiked through the small village of Cuerres and then into another small town where we found and stopped at the first coffee shop open. Grace needed an espresso. There was a wild group of locals in … Continue reading

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Days 20-21 – Pendules to Illanes and then Cuerres

Grace and I both awoke after great rest at 6. Our roommate was still asleep. We got up to leave, carried everything quietly downstairs and then, in the red-tiled, entryway, repacked. Our host arrived, bearing bags of fresh bread, jam … Continue reading

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Half-Mast

Originally posted on caminowalk2016:
For weeks now, flags have been flying at half-mast. It is a consistent reminder that there is much to grieve. It is like as a culture, we are all grieving, but because of the impact of…

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Day 19 – Serdio to Pendules

I awoke as I heard others getting up, while it was still dark. The bathrooms were out of TP that morning! I wondered if THAT was what our host had told me in Spanish the night before: “Here’s where you … Continue reading

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