Left early again, partially because no breakfast was served where we were staying.
Stopped at our first village for a delightful breakfast at a very attractive and well run establishment. I think we set a record for what any two people were able to eat in one meal!
Only one real hill the whole day, and we were rewarded at the top with another cross.
One of the ways we feel like the Lord is looking after us involved passing rain storms, which always (at least today) seemed to just miss us. The following picture is of country we had just passed through.
After getting our “household” chores done ( laundry, showers, laying out clothes for the next day, any medical treatment needed and so on), we walked down to an area that featured “tapa” (small delicious combinations of food on small pieces of bread) bars, and there we had our fill.
Picked up small sweets on our way back to the hotel, where we ran into our friend Fr. Paul. It turns out he is NOT going home tomorrow (only Brian is). In the course of our conversation, we discovered we plan to arrive in Santiago about the same time. He said he wants to say a Mass there and asked if I would be interested in assisting him as Deacon. Wouldn’t that be a wonderful way to finish our trip?
We finished our first two weeks of walking today.
Feeling good. Feeling very blessed. Feeling led.
Blessings to all.