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Finding magic under the stars of the Camino Santiago de Compostela

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Crazy weather in Ferreiros

Yesterday I walked in 80 degree sun

Today I'm dressed in wool longjohns. 

It's crazy

Half stage today to Portomarin. I can't arrive in Santiago until next Sunday so I'm going slow. 

The walk yesterday felt like an old friend. I stopped in at the church at Barbadello. It was very worth seeing. 

And :::::drumroll::::::  I passed the 100 kilometer marker!  Hooray!

My ensalada mixta at Ferreiros was good but I needed a magnifying glass to find the very small bite of tuna gracing the top.  The flan was in the shape of a shell. Nice touch!  

As I lay in my lower bunk, this question, written by a prior pilgrim, seemed appropriate.  

I'm still trying to figure out the answer. 

Perhaps it is nothing more than so I will appreciate 'home.'


  1. I'm the person who was grandmaofthree on an lds blog site--

    a year ago--

    I hadn't gone back and read--

    I did today. I'm still here; I'm very ill--the MCS has turned into something else, and that's the way it is--

    but I'm looking for joy, too--

    Just wanted you to know I understand the antagonism; everyone wants to lecture me--LOL!

    1. Thanks. Have you tried the Gupta Program? It has helped me a bit. If there's anything I can do, let me know, even if it is just listen.

  2. I'm using my husband's account; he is rarely on the computer, but he successfully set up a google account, and I never could manage to do so--

    my grandmaofthree account was no longer valid on the lds net site--

    so don't be afraid; I am a woman--

    my husband never uses this--

    the name is right out there, though; I don't like that--

    but everyone who knows me knows about my MCS--


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