Day Twenty One. 22.6 K., 14 Mi.
Written on May 20, 2014.
It is not unusual to see a vehicle on the road in the early morning. However, it is unusual to see a donkey walking in the turn lane. As the donkey approached the bridge a vehicle veered around him like it was a routine maneuver. That was the scene this morning while we were walking out of Puente La Reina.
Donkey on the road.
Vern noticed that the donkey had a torn hobble on it's leg, meaning that it had been restrained at some point.
Donkey crossing bridge into town.
After a short time we saw a Pilgrim walking with a rope asking us if we had seen his donkey. We answered him and he took off quickly.
Pilgrim looking for his donkey.
More boots left behind.
In 2012 Vern and I saw an outline of the world in a field made out of tires. Today we met the designer and saw the changes that have been made since then. As Angel was walking toward the “vista point”, Miguel made a point to show her his world “project” that has evolved from tires to tires with plants.
World “map” made out of tires, 2012.
Miguel with the current greener version of the world.