Managed the climb to the highest point on Camino in the heat and sunshine. It was hard and beautiful and hot and lovely.
We are spending the night at O’Cebriero at the peak in order to see the sunrise.
What a difference the day makes. Last Camino, O’Cebriero was socked in with fog. Today it is glorious.
Breakfast of champions; pics along the way; end of the airport runway. Tomorrow I enter Santiago. Ran into my friend from Quebec at tonight’s albergue. We both have reservations at albergues in Santiago, then, I switch to Hotel Compostela. Plan to take a bus tour to Finnesterre and the coast. We’re cooking at the albergue tonight. 😊 -Cindy
Campus crusade Alburgue..sweet people who knew of The Summit. The group serving this week we’re from a Baptist Church in Tennessee. Great walk today. Lots of thought and conversation with God today on Camino. Nadine
Along the way. Interesting cross with drawings. Nadine
Another card given to a Danish believer this morning. Thanks Again Gwen. Praying for you, Donna and Eric about your family. Praying for Becky (Rocky and Brenna’s testing). And my sweet family at home!
We’ve stopped for breakfast and they’re making a movie about Camino here. I don’t know any details but it’s fun watching! Nadine
Reached 100 km mark . it rained all day but we kept dry! We met a South Korean family with a 12, 7 and 4 year old in tow. Anyone can travel Camino! Nadine
Sugarcane, cherries, peaches, and grapes. I love the Bierzo region. -Mark
1) Momentarily sheltering from the hail.
2) “Laundering" money.