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Day 31 Villadangos del Paramo to Astoria

It was strange to be leaving Leon and come across Bernard sitting in the square reading. He’s obviously been photographed many times by the look of the shiny seat next to him. I guess he’s never lonely …. So here … 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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Day three

Yesterday was a tough climb, basically the foot hill of the Pyrenees, and this so called “busy” pilgrim route rendered very little company. At one point I spotted (spotted being the word) what I thought maybe a resting pilgrim……. Okay … Continue reading

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08.09.13. Hat parade, memories of the France and hearty visit………..

Hat parade ……………………….. My sweet grandson, modelling my bluebell hat…………. Sunday, and the  leg of lamb is already in the AGA, B has his tea in bed and is watching Andrew Marr, the sun is shining and I’m about to … Continue reading

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