Photos from our previous days on the Camino

We had a quiet day in Pamplona, those pictures are still in the camera, but here are a few from our previous days that I have not had time, energy or internet to share them with you.

Leaving Roncesvalles for Pamplona Sept 11, 2012

Leaving Roncesvalles for Pamplona on Sept 11, 2012, I am not sure the number on the sign behind Bill had yet sunk in!!!!!

our route sept 11, 2012 from Roncesvalles to Zubiri, 21.8 k 

the route we walked sept 11, 2012 from Roncesvalles to Zubiri, 21.8 k,  Zubiri in Basque means a village with a bridge, and I have photos of the old Gothic Bridge, Puenta de la Robia over the Rio Arga, that I will post another time.

Pilgrims on the camino de santiago, Zubiri to Pamplona, rolling pasture land. 
  Romanesque Bridge at Irotz Spain, and it’s reflection in the River. Sept 12, 2012

Between Zubiri and Irotz we found plenty of fresh ripe wild Blackberries to pick and nibble on as we walked, a special find! It was cloudy all day, temperatures were low  20’s C with a sprinkling of rain to keep us comfortable, it was not as hot as it had been.

Tomorrow, Sept 14, we leave Pamplona for Puente la Reina, 23.5k down the road, there is a 310 meter elevation gain about 2 hrs out of Pamplona, then a 450 meter decent, before arriving in Puente la Reina.   I have taken lots of pictures of Pamplona, still in the camera, and if there is time, energy and internet I might just get to post a couple, but it could be a very tiring day.







9 thoughts on “Photos from our previous days on the Camino

  1. How are the legs holding out?? Bet you both lose some weight with this hectic schedule!!! Thats a lot of steps!! Go Granny, Go Granny! Go!!!


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