After only 4 short months after returning home, I have finally uploaded my photos to a web album. If you care to partake in a photo representation of my trip feel free!
The album spans meeting my friends Tony and Molli in Paris, and carry through my hike to Finisterre.
I arrived home Sunday night and have slowly been getting back into the groove of “the real world.” The jet lag was not as bad as I had anticipated. Monday night I crashed and burned and slept for 10 hours straight, followed by an hour nap the next morning.
Another 89km over three days. My hike is officially over. I plan to rest in Finisterre and return to Santiago on Wednesday. Thursday begins my 4 day trek back to San Diego.
I’ll share more later, but for now enjoy these pictures….
The hiking this morning was down right cold. Fortunately we had a shorter day of 14 miles planned. First thing, we hiked up to an elevation just over 3000 feet and were met with fog. At the top was a large cross, immersed in fog. While the photo won’t do it justice, it was somewhat of a surreal sight.
We woke up earlier than normal this morning. The pension we stayed in had a breakfast “buffet”, so we wanted to get down there early and partake and still hit the road around our normal time or earlier.
The alarm went off at 5am. Again, I woke up about 2 minutes before it. Pretty wild. Continue Reading