Morning On The Meseta
There is nothing to do on the Meseta - except pray - think - meditate - ponder - the emptiness constantly before you - the emptiness of some relationships - the emptiness of certain jobs - the emptiness inside - constantly there to remind you - of what? That you are alone - even in the midst of friends - in crowded places - with special people. In those moments of emptiness - it is then that God will speak to us - to our hearts - to our inner person. What He speaks - only you can know - and only if you have "ears to hear".
A Peregrino and His Donkey
Different Modes - Walking - Biking - Donkey
Sunflowers in the Meseta
It Is All Downhill Now - For Today
Hontanas Straight Ahead
The TAU Cross - Not of Franciscan Origin Here
Roadside Shrine of Saint Brigida - Few Stop to View
Hey Pereginos - Stop and See
Our Albergue for Tonight - Very Nice - Lots of Extras
The Patio Space with Mini Mercado
Drying Lines for Laundry
Washing Tubs For Laundry
For dinner tonight we shared a table with Sebastian - a lawyer from the Netherlands - and Aurelio - retired from Columbia - who lived in Chicago for many years. The conversation was varied and interesting and lively - discussing religious beliefs - economics - and everything in between - as a result the four of have solved the World's problems so everyone can sleep easily tonight. The Camino continues - a little closer to our destination - God willing - a little closer tomorrow.
Dale and Arlene