Santiago and Beyond 


Judy chats up her new friend.

Some pilgrims continue their walk another 100 kilometers to Finisterre, once believed to be the end of the earth.  We elected to be driven to the town and then walked the final 3 kilometers with Steve and Jim. There we found the final kilometer marker for the Camino.



As you see, the men have joined us.


Posing with the bronzed boot at Finisterre.




A pilgrim said his or her farewell to the Camino and left their boots behind.

Muxia:


 

 

 

The facade of a very old cathedral. Circa 12th century, if I remember correctly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author: Maureen

I decided to walk across Spain to pursue the many things I love about life: the great outdoors, spending time with friends, meeting new people, food, wine, music, and challenging the physical self. I'm fortunate to have a wonderful husband who has provided me with the encouragement, support, and love I've needed over the past several months of training and preparing.

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