Monthly Archives: October 2015

To the Cee

Day 36…or Day 2 (43km) Vilaserio – Cee We awake to “clear” dark skies and the twinkling of stars.  We wrap our packs in their rain covers and put our rain gear at the top of our packs, just in … Continue reading

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The “Disappearance”… part 2

Day 28: Ruitelán – Tricatela The road curves ahead of me, and a yellow arrow points the way. I figure they are just around the corner. Apparently I miss the marker that would have directed me onto a dirt path … Continue reading

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Worth it!

Day 35…or Day 1 (39km) Santiago – Vilaserio I was initially not a fan of this leg, as I am seriously tired of walking day after day after day, for all day.  I have had to tape my knee up…again, … Continue reading

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Almost there!

Day 33 (28km) Arzúa – Lavacolla Last night we decided that we will sleep into 8 am and take our time getting on the road in the morning. At 0730 we are catapulted awake by a self elected sleep monitor … Continue reading

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The road to (more) wine country

Day 26 (35 KM) El Acebo – Cacabelos We awake after a decent nights sleep, yet the water is still not on. So off we go into the dark brisk morning air and we continue our descent…a steep descent. We … Continue reading

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If I were a duck…

Day 31(17km) Gonzar – Palas de REI We awake for an early start. Why? I don’t know. It is just what we do. Frankly it’s turned into a bad habit as far as I am concerned. Most people are still … Continue reading

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Horses to the Barn

Day 32 (30+K) Palas de REI – Arzúa Dave left before us…in the dark (without his hat and a headlamp). We followed 30 min later…in the dark as well, with a headlamp. Today had an ominous feel. There is no … Continue reading

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