Not a hike for the faint-hearted, our climb over the Pyrenees was still a feast of sights and sounds. Judi’s pictures show the green of the countryside and the views along our 15.6 mile journey, but we would have loved to capture the sounds of bells on the ponies and sheep, dogs baying in the far distance, and the friendly conversations of hikers as they exchanged encouragement in many languages.
13 thoughts on “Crossing the Pyrenees – Part One”
Absolutely beautiful! Your blog is wonderful. It really is interesting and engaging.
Absolutely breathtaking photos. As Mum would say, “Make us proud!” Love and hugs.
Beautiful! Enjoy, We will be watching.
It’s so nice to see you back here. Lovely countryside, beautiful pictures. I am eagerly following your adventures from here in southern New Mexico.
Fantastic pictures. Thanks for sharing.
Wow! Absolutely beautiful image of the land you’re traveling. Thanks for sharing the parts we can’t see too!
It’s wonderful to capture the other senses with words too, I love imagining the bells and baying – what kind of scents have you enjoyed? Do the breezes bring any smells? Any surprises? Is the air as damp as it looks? What wonderful vistas and road has such a nice scale, the classic country lane that unwinds along…. wow what and adventure!!! Love, Nate
Breath taking pictures! And I love that you are taking time to notice the little things like the spider’s web
I liked the spider’s nest the best! Bet it rained the day the cows were laying down!
Amazing photos! Enjoy your adventure and stay safe!
Gorgeous pictures!!! I love following along with you two. Hugs.
Hi Barb and Judi!
I am finally sitting down to read your wonderful blog! What an amazing adventure you two are having. I can only imagine all of the great conversations you must be having with so many different people along the way…they are lucky to be crossing your path! You both look beautiful and healthy. I will keep you both in my prayers and positive thoughts! Much love- Meg
I’m speecless… so beautiful. Thank you!