I met the 2 women from California briefly yesterday. I’ve been hearing everywhere that there are two walkers not only from the USA, but also from Calif. Met them again at lunch today. Irma and Beth are from SoCal around Thousand Oaks. Thanks Irma for including me in info from US pilgrims. Sorry I was so fuzzy when I first saw you today.
Another 450 meters down hill today, but there seemed like there was a lot of uphill as well (85 floors of climbing according to my Fitbit). Only 16 km to St Côme d’Olt, but it was all hard earned. After being really tired with 13km covered, stumbled upon a lovely little outdoor spot where the owner prepared amazing crepes made with silver leaf (like spinach). Wow! It was SO good, and I was SO tired. It’s wonderful what you can find waiting for you in the middle of a remote area on the Chemin de Saint Jacque. The owner/chef was a real artist. I said good bye to German friend Birgit in St Côme. I’ve been walking with Kate and Arantxa, Birgit, and Jean-Jacque off and on for a few days, ending having dinner together. I’ll miss them when I press on tomorrow. It will Probably rain tonight and tomorrow, what fun.
Good bye St Chely
A little closer
Small shrines everywhere
Coffee in a shrine
Dejuner at last
Irma (l) and Beth. The California pilgrims
Easily the best crepe I’ve ever had
St Côme d’Olt