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Paladina

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Camino(s) past & future
Cycled caminos francés, Finisterre, primitivo & del norte (2017); other routes (2018)
#5
But the shoes look as if they’re now well worn in. I hope they won’t soon be worn out!
 

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Frances (2014); Madrid, Salvador and Norte or Primitivo (2018)
#8
Ah, here in Canada, Spring has been so slow in coming that we have only seen Snowdrops and no daffodils or crocuses yet. It is so good to see that the trees have leaves and the grass is soooooo green!!!

And bare knees are a good sign too.

Buen Camino!!!
The crocuses are up in Nova Scotia! But it snowed last Friday morning. I am looking forward to fast forwarding the seasons on arrival in Madrid next week
 

Diabo

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Camino(s) past & future
Cahors - Toulouse '2015'
Roncevalles - Carrion de los Condes '2016'
Carrion - Ponferrado '2018'
#14
I wrote a post but not sure where it was posted to:oops: Anyway...... two of us resuming Camino on 29th from Carrion, over two weeks, to Ponferrada. Hope to see you along the way. your blog reminded me of a great hostel in Boadilla - Eduardo, great garden, great welcome and great food - my favourite by far. Been Camino.
 
#18
No wine stains from a visit to the Irache fountain, very disappointing.
Funny story: Evening of Aug 29, 2016, I had killed my leg, IT Band Syndrome and had made it into Zubiri. I went out for dinner as I was staying in the municipal albergue. I wore a white tshirt with a pair of shorts. My bunkies saw me and waved me over to a cafe where they were about to also have dinner. The first thing the mesera brought out was a glass of red wine. Long story short, that white tshirt got a wine stain on that tsirt.

Now, as that stain never came out, I wear it every time I open a bottle of red wine. It may still take a couple more years but it should work out to be a pretty nice design, and I will never worry about drinking red wine again.
 

VNwalking

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Donating Member
Camino(s) past & future
Francés (2014, 2015)
St Olav/Francés (2016)
Baztanés/Francés (2017)
Ingles (July 2018)
#20
No wine stains from a visit to the Irache fountain, very disappointing.
Assuming he has gotten there yet. Maybe he hasn't, which would explain the lack of tell-tale stains.:cool:
Where have you gotten to, Andy?
 

andywild

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
april 2018
#21
Assuming he has gotten there yet. Maybe he hasn't, which would explain the lack of tell-tale stains.:cool:
Where have you gotten to, Andy?
Been to the fountain the other day and used a cupped hand (no stains) realised as I was walking away I could have used the shell I have carried on my pack as a small but perfect dish..

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Tincatinker

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Staff member
Donating Member
Camino(s) past & future
Lots ;0)
#22
I guess from that comment Andy that someone has half-inched the little cup that Irache provides (provided), again.
'Twas said that Santiago used his shell to scoop water for the stricken pilgrim at the Fuente below the Alto de Perdon. Has been also said that Pilgs have used their shells to scoop soup from the common pot. Try that at your next Albergue :0)
Meanwhile do try to have fun......
 

domigee

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Camino(s) past & future
CF(x3), VdlP, Jerusalem, VF, Walsingham.
2018? Vf again or Via Lemovicensis
#23
I guess from that comment Andy that someone has half-inched the little cup that Irache provides (provided), again.....
Been to Irache fountain 3 times, never saw a little cup :-(
 

Paladina

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Cycled caminos francés, Finisterre, primitivo & del norte (2017); other routes (2018)
#25
There's a vending machine that sells plastic cups.. I decided to save the euro to spend on loose cars and fast women.. or something like that.
But aren’t you too exhausted to enjoy either?
 

Jeff Crawley

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Ingles May 2018 (flight and accommodation already booked!)
#28
Funny story: Evening of Aug 29, 2016, I had killed my leg, IT Band Syndrome and had made it into Zubiri. I went out for dinner as I was staying in the municipal albergue. I wore a white tshirt with a pair of shorts. My bunkies saw me and waved me over to a cafe where they were about to also have dinner. The first thing the mesera brought out was a glass of red wine. Long story short, that white tshirt got a wine stain on that tsirt.

Now, as that stain never came out, I wear it every time I open a bottle of red wine. It may still take a couple more years but it should work out to be a pretty nice design, and I will never worry about drinking red wine again.
Tie dye will never go out of fashion!
 
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