Beautiful walking today with cool temps and full sun. Trail was more of the rolling plain that served as the breadbasket since Roman times. I planned to only do about 19km today in order to see Sahagun-much history here and it is a good time to take a couple of short days. I was able to do the distance in just over four hours with two coffee breaks. Did the entire walk alone with my thoughts which was a welcome event after five hours of listening to a Canadian socialist artist expound on world events yesterday. As this is Sunday little is open but I can get lunch and visit the sites this afternoon.
I had dinner last night with a retired Norwegian doing his 5th Camino and a 70 something Canadian originally from Denmark doing the Camino solo on a bike. All kinds, sizes, ages, and shapes here each on the Camino for their own reason. Wishing you all well. Thanks for your interest.