Don’t drag your feet…

Don’t drag your feet; it’s hard on the shoes. – Advice from Roger Bruce

Day 9: Today was the second longest day of 34 stages I have planned for my Camino.  It was 8 hours of walking. Met a few new people today from South Africa, Canada, and Seattle. Ran into Ellen and Tamara several times today (of course- how does that happen??) and Claus from Germany. Tonight I am in a hostel with my own room. What a luxury! Tomorrow I plan to stay in an Albergue with 211 beds. It has very good reviews.

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Signs that lead out of Logrono
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This way
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Leaving Logrono
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Marcelino who heads out staffs, fruit, and water to pilgrims
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Vineyards
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Entering Navarrete
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Beautiful church in Navarrete
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Entering Ventosa
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Underfoot
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Entering Najera
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My hostel
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Part of daily routine: wash clothes and line dry
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12 thoughts on “Don’t drag your feet…

  1. I miss you tons, but I am so excited about this walk! Your entries are sooooo interesting——I hope you are doing as well as you sound! So great that your feet are holding up! Pictures are wonderful and you look so good. All seems to be going well here. I can’t imagine WALKING like this , but you are DOING it—– wonderful! Love you!!!!!!

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