- September 20, 2015
- Day 13
- Cammino Day 2
- 12 miles
- Total accent 2,875 and decent 1,953
- 7 hours 45 minutes
- 55-65 degrees
This is the smallest volcano in Italy. A particular and interesting spectacle but its secret is soon revealed: emissions of gaseous hydrocarbon which in contact with the oxygen from the air remain constantly alight, giving rise to phenomena called “burning fountains”.
Anyone for toasted ing marshmallow over the flame?
- 2st, 2nd, 3rd approaching Premilcuoe
4 thoughts on “Anyone for Marshmellows? ~ September 20, 2015”
Is that you on the right?? Marshmallow, spelling comes from the mallow plant which is native to Delaware, here at the beach, and now has many environmental and medical applications!
Mrs B., That isn’t me for I am holding the camera/iPhone. These are the five Brazlians who together with one German and myself are on the same cycle of walking stages… we begin and end the same days. Thanks for the plant information and weaving the wonderful town of Lewes into the blog. Keep the information coming! my
I think I would like that volcano in my back yard!
I can picture tne volcano “pit” on your patio. How much fun for you, Jay, the dog, and all your friends. linda