Day 21 on the Via Francigena

Close your eyes and turn your face into the wind. Feel it sweep along your skin in an invisible ocean of exultation. Suddenly, you know you are alive. ~Vera NazarianPonte a Cappiano to San Miniato – 9.2 miles in 6 hours including breaks. It’s Wednesday September 26th.

Say yes to a cool crisp super windy morning. It felt so good to bundle up again.

The day was perfect the entire walk.

It was a beautiful.

Have a look.We’re staying the super clean Ostello San Miniato. What a treat after last night’s grossly dirty Ostello Comunale Ponte dei’ Medici. We were charmed by the outside. Never judge a book by its cover. Take a look at the bedroom door. Ewww.San Miniato is a hilltop town with panoramic views and is as charming as it gets.

Roxanne’s post and photos:

Walked out of Ponte A Cappiano

Yahoo! Autumn breeze blew in crisp and humid free air.

Cathy, there’s bets you know what this crop is.

The wind blew her old cut up 55 gallon drum out of her yard and Bill helped her put it back.

tonight’s beds

3 thoughts on “Day 21 on the Via Francigena

  1. Kim Chapman

    Looks like an eventful day. Beautiful terrain with such differences… I have to admit the door to your sleeping quarters brought back memories of China when Chappy was so sick after we crossed the boarder. Good to see that it was nice on the inside and not like we experienced on our last trip together. LOL xoxo

  2. Cat.Kev

    We missed this day somehow. My guess would be amaranth or millet on the grainy-grain:)
    Tell D & R we were talking with Jan Jones last weekend and she was reading Day 13 and thought you were further along than that. I caught her up;)
    Also tell R & D that someone turned in their letter of resignation. Done as of 12/31/18. Last day = 12/21/18…Party ON!
    The light in Italy is magnificent!!

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