A loopy punch drunk Peregrino stole my phone and wrote yesterday’s blog. Sorry!
Day 29 – 13.33 miles
A person must walk the last 100 kilometers of the Camino to obtain a certification of completion. Last night we stayed in Sarria – just outside the 100 kilometer mark.
At breakfast this morning all we saw were sparkling new hiking boots and Peregrinos dressed like ski bunnies.
The Camino was full.
If anyone can identify the type of tree in the close up below, please let us know.
4 more days!!!
Great calf muscles Bill
I’m pretty sure that is a chestnut. You take off the fuzzy outside to reveal the nut.
We have loved following you. Claudia ( and Dick)
Thanks Claudia – the chestnut trees are prolific as well as oak trees – full of acorns!
I love his calves!!
It’s not like our chestnuts – Horse chestnuts, though, not edible. Maybe that’s the difference?
Keep up the good work!
The outside of the nut is coarse and prickly.