Category Archives: daughter-in-laws

Day 46 + one Santiago

I came here with my husband, Bernard, about 15 years ago. Has it changed? Probably not, but ones memories do tend to be embroider a bit here and erase a bit there. The cathedral is being cleaned and restored and … Continue reading

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Day Nine Lorca to Estella. In praise of Daughter-in-Laws and Guardian Angels

Owing to a heart complaint, not to mention that I am now in my eighth decade, I often have to split my stages into two; such was the case yesterday, when I walked from Puenta la Reina as far as … Continue reading

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