|Sandra with a dry knapsack walking through a very long tunnel|
just before the incident with the knapsack falling in the drain!
|Sandra with a fisherman on his way home with a "water haul". |
Some fishermen friends of mine can relate to that!
|A pilgrim from South Korea who makes a few dollars playing|
his drum along the way - he sang us a Korean love song
|A fisherman trying his luck like others we know!|
|Glenys enjoying a beautiful river the first day we started walking backwards.|
|The iron cross at the top of a high mountain where people|
bring their prayers and special requests before God.
A strenous walk to say the least
|A helper from the Albergue in Astorga who showed us the way|
to the train station so we could get our ticket to head to Pampalona -
we´re on on way to the station now. That algergue and its
people were very good to the two "Canadian Senoras"!
|This used to be the "Bishop´s Palace."|
So, I'll probably add one more post when the pilgrims return home, but other than that, this will likely be the last content from the trail itself. There's certainly a lot of fishing in Spain, and perhaps Frank should have went along and brought the fly rod. Of course, then there would have been no one to fix the ceiling in the basement. And one last thing. Bishop Cy should keep his eyes open for job opportunities in Spain. I hear there's an awful lot of walking, but the accommodations more than make up for it. ;)