Up and Over 

Longest day on the road as the route went up and down hills all day.  The apex was near wind turbines:

Once on the hilltop one was confronted with lifesize wrought iron sculpture of medieval pilgrims:

From this point the pathways were quite rocky:

And there were a number of cyclists on the same trails too — in-fact one wiped out at this point:

Part of the day was spent with a gastronomy specialist (his term) from Budapest.  He said these grasses are actually an ingredient of beer:

These grasses have continually been along the Camino since day one.

The day was filled with unusual sights both large and small:

Poppies scattered along along the paths:

A burro in someone sideyard:

Following the path through a building–a first:

graffiti–supportive as well:

Bueno Camino


About tourdetom

I'm retired. Travel a lot.
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2 Responses to Up and Over 

  1. Sue says:

    Hope that is not the wiped out cyclist buried beneath those rocks.
    (Saw your gorgeous wife at her craft fair today.)

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