Lugo To Sobrado dos Monxes

Day 40

Written On June 1, 2022

Floor Plan And Description Of The Sobrado Monsstery
A View Of The Sobrado Monastery (Photo And Next One By Nancy)
An Entrance To The Monastery
A Church In Sobrado (Photo And Next Two By Vern)
A Portal To The Monastery
Modern Equipment In Ancient Surroundings
Lisa And Rhonda’s Tour Of Sobrado (This And Several Other Photos By Lisa)
Love The Satellite Dish On The Ancient Building!
Beautiful View Of The Monastery
Many Pilgrim’s Shoes Were Soaked In A Rain Storm Today
Pilgrims’ cloister within the monastery
Another Passage
The Interior Of The Monastery
Monastery Art
Angelic Painting
Early Impressionist?
Majestic Interior
Door to The Cloister of the Medaillons

The Cultural/Rest Time in Lugo is just what we all needed! We are refreshed and ready to go! Thank you to our followers for your support, encouragement and interest in our journey!

Pro Tip #10: Lightweight Trekking Poles/Hiking Sticks

For many of us Pilgrims the trekking poles literally allow us to walk to our destination. Many others do very well without them. For me, the poles have made all the difference. The poles help keep my balance going down steep rock filled trails. Going up hill I can position my poles to help pull me up little by little. I have heard that the movement of the arms in relation to the movement of the legs helps keep inflammation at a minimum.

Keep On Trekking!

Cadavedo To Luarca

Day 30

11.3 Miles, 18.2 K.

Walked & Written On May 22, 2022

Last night we stayed in Cadavedo at Apartamentos el Oligo. In my opinion, we had a long and hard day of walking. The Apartment was perfect for the four of us. We were able to cook in the kitchen and there was a washing machine! After many days of hand washing it was time for a good machine washing. Our Hosts made sure we had everything we needed…..even a Translator…thanks Sofía for enjoyable conversation all around!

As I was looking through the photos that were taken today I saw something that interested me. While walking Lisa had taken a photo of a Camino Way Marker with a snail on it. Some time later Vern took the same photo!

“Maybe One Day The Snail Will Reach Santiago de Compostela”. Quote & Photo by Lisa.
Vern’s Photo A While Later. Is This Well Documented Data Or Nancy With A Lot Of Time To Think??
139 Miles Left To Santiago de Compostela (Photos By Lisa)
On The Trail Reminder Brought To You By Rhonda & Lisa!
Rhonda Seems To Find A New Variety (To Me) Of Flower Every Day!
First Glimpse Of The Luarca Port (Photo By Vern)
Nancy & Vern In Luarca (Photo By Lisa)

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