If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words – Part One

Then let these pictures tell our story…

Judi’s pictures told the stories of our trip over the Pyrenees, and here are the stories from Roncevalles and beyond.

But first, a recap of our mileage:

St. Jean Pied de Port to Roncevalles, 15.6 miles

Roncevalles to Zubiri, 13.6 miles

Zubiri to Pamplona, 13.o miles

Pamplona to Puenta la Reina, 14.8 miles

Puenta la Reina to Estella, 13.6  (Total, 70.6 miles)

“Older Man of the Mountain”
Walking the Byways of Pamplona
Toro Fuerto!
Pensioners Protesting for Higher Wages in Front of Pamplona City Hall
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Real, 15th century
Alabaster Mausoleum of Carlos El Noble and his Wife Leonor

11 thoughts on “If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words – Part One”

  1. Beautiful photos, Judi. It looks like you’ve been having good weather for walking. In related news, written from my armchair, son Ben once ran with the bulls in Pamplona and sent us the tee shirt to prove it.

    When I do my 2.4 mile walk this morning, I’ll think of your much longer walking days with great admiration. Loving your posts!

  2. Absolutely wonderful photos. I can picture the bulls running right where you are Barb. Your adventures have made me start re-reading “The year we seized the day”. Your blog allows us to experience the Camino vicariously. Perfect combination of writing and photos. Stay safe.

  3. The mileage is very impressive! How are the feet?! The pictures of the town look very much like southern Italy when we lived there in the 60s. The cathedral is gorgeous. I sure like it better than the industrial architecture that I see a lot lately.

  4. Hi! The pictures of the town remind me very much of southern Italy when we were there in the late 60s. That’s a lot of miles ! How are your feet ? Love Janet

  5. I love following you guys on the blog! I am hoping it works out for you to visit us, you are so close it would be a shame if it didn’t work out. I have sent you both emails. Hope to hear from you!

  6. Wowee!!!! You ladies are really trekking along. Awesome job. Pamplona looks so great. I guess you must be up early bc there aren’t too many people out and about. Is the weather good or too hot?
    Xo
    Jesse

  7. Wow! Amazing photos! I love following this journey with both of you. I’m with you, ‘in-spirit’ as you continue your pilgrimage. I marvel at the distances you’ve traveled so far. Love and hugs.

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