Day 28 – we started today’s climb to the highest point on the Camino (4,934 ft) to one of the best known symbols on the trail. A simple iron cross atop a tall weathered pole where everyone adds a stone to the huge pile. The stones are tokens of memory or love. Here I laid my burdens down. The scenery today was incredible! We truly live on a beautiful planet.
I swear this trail is magic. I had that moment today which is unlike any before. There is something out and in there .
We finished the day with miles and hours of picking our way down steep rocky paths. Once I stumbled and almost went off the side. Oh how life could change in a second.
Today I walked and held the high watch for those I have had conflict. What was my role in these conflicts?
When we arrived in Molinaseca after 8 hours of trekking, there were no rooms or beds available. Fortunately we finally found a room we cane share with 5 friends. Ah, a bed!
134.3 miles to Santiago.