Le Rosiere to Les Vignals

Day Twenty Four. 15.2 Miles, 24.5 Kilometers.

Written on May 13, 2012.

As we left the Gite we found ourselves walking along the road without the red and white Chemin markers that we rely on so much. What have we done? We thought we were listening. Where are the pilgrims? Finally we saw a sign for Lascabanes. We knew that we had to walk through the village before we could continue on. As soon as we entered the village we saw the red and white markings on a street sign. It was a great day for walking.

Pictured: A horse and rider pass by during a break.

Our bodies are very accustomed to the routine and even though our packs aren’t actually lighter they seem to be lighter. At one of our first breaks we saw Carmen and Luis. They are talking it easy today. Gites and Chambre d’Hotes seem to be filling up more and more now.

Pictured: the Farm Gite in Les Vignals.

We arrived at the Ferme Gite in Les Vignals. We have a private room in a wonderful home with a huge porch. We are able to take care of everything that we need to do.

A woman, Marie from Belgium, is at the Gite. She speaks English, she has been helpful and fun. I showed pictures of the Chemin so far and everyone could either relate to the pictures or have taken the same ones themselves.

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