Trains & Trucks – Sept. 16, 2022

  • Portuguese Camino: Day 03 / Azambuju to Azambuja
  • Distance: 12.5 miles / Total 38.7 miles
  • Time: 5 hours 15 minutes
  • Ascent: 227’/ Decent: 199’
  • Weather: 83 degrees / overcast becoming sunny

Train and trucks…only interrupted by one bull is today’s Camino. The bull is not killed in Portugués’ bull fights, rather deftly outmaneuver. Olé!

Trains
Buses
But only one bull.

8 thoughts on “Trains & Trucks – Sept. 16, 2022”

  1. Trudging the road of happy destiny; thinking of you. I did a car trip to the mountains yesterday – Graves Mountain and then back through Skyline Drive. You were so wise to advise that I get a National Park senior pass many years ago! I came back on the Rockfish Gap rte 250 corridor and drove all the way through C’ville. My how things are changing.

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    1. I take it you left the truck home in favor of the Porsche which would be a delight on those roads I’m most familiar. Did you get local peaches? Glad you are making use of the pass. To the current adventure we share. ~linda

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  2. Hello Linda, hope you like your Camino in Portugal. How many days will you walk this time ? You seem to enjoy your time in Europe. I love your pictures and you are still very good describing your days in few words. I am trying to convince Lise to do this kind of trip with me. She is not as adventurous as your are. Maybe following you on your Camino will help me convince her.
    Michel

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    1. Kind words Michel. I am walking 33 days. Yes, I’m enjoying the walk, the people, and the place. Several times I’m reminded of our Ottawa-Montréal Camino. Our first day photo sits on my desk at home as a constant reminder of the special time. Yes, Lisa do a Camino! ~linda

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