Cervatos de la Cueza

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  • Day28

    The Roman Road

    May 15 in Spain

    This was our view today, for 14 miles. Looks pretty monotonous, right? Until you realize ... we were walking part of the original Roman road through Spain, still intact after 2000 years (with just a new gravel covering). The Romans transported an estimated 100,000 tons of rock just to build the substrata of this road through what were wetlands at the time. And none of the rock was from local sources...

    Meanwhile, the wheat and barley fields we passed by have been farmed since the Romans’ time. Not such a boring walk after all (though we were happy to reach the little village of Calzadilla, and our hostal!).

    The snowy mountains to our north made us feel we were in Switzerland. But for the first time we walked in shorts and short sleeves.
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  • Day14

    The Fallen

    September 23, 2017 in Spain

    Marita was born 27 years ago on a beautiful summer day in Calgary. This post is dedicated to her.

    There are sobering moments on the Camino when you come across a monument or a cross memorializing a pilgrim's last steps in life on the Way. Some are simple markers and others full blown headstones. Some died well on in their years and others much younger.

    We have seen tributes to people from many parts of the world -- all who dreamed of making it to Santiago de Compostella but fell short. We remember the fallen, honouring them by moving forward while keeping their memory warm and close in our hearts.Read more

  • Day20

    A looooong day

    July 22, 2017 in Spain

    I walked about 21 miles today. There was no where to stop for the last 10.75 miles, but fortunately, the weather has been very good. About 80° with a breeze. My feet are very sore!

  • Day8

    Heute morgen ging es relaxed los um 7:00 Uhr, wir waren von den 90 Pilgern fast die letzten... die Radfahrer lassen sich bei dem kühleren Wetter noch was Zeit. Es geht 17 Km geradeaus bis zum nächsten Ort. Da sind wir auch eingekehrt. Wäre gerne noch 7,5 Km weiter gegangen aber Susi wollte nicht und für mein Bein ist es wohl auch besser. Wir liegen jetzt am Pool. Herberge Camino Real, 5 EUR, schöner Pool, super essen Duschen und Toiletten eine Katastrophe. Gegen Abend ist das Gespenst noch eingezogen... ein sehr großer, sehr alter, Weißhaariger Mann mit schlurfendem langsamen Gang. Ich hab mich echt im ersten Moment besucht auf jeden Fall in 2 Monaten Freunde in Desden, wenn er das überleben sollte. Der Mann hat Humor, ich schätze Ihn auf 80....hab vergessen Ihn nach der Nationalität zu fragen. Auch er stand auf einmal nackt im Bad... in dem Alter darf man das.Read more

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