Ledigos to Sahagun 16km
I hope you can see. The sequence of keys is completely different to that used in the UK.
Along the track are signs. This one has fallen down:
The signs warn that the hunting is private. I’m not sure quite what anyone is going to hunt on these barren fields!
I came across another of these poor sunflower crops and I suddenly realised that the soil was bare. In England there would be weeds. Here it is too dry, the weeds cannot survive.
On the approach to the town I walked through two pillars:I didn’t think they were very special so I didn’t take a picture. This one is borrowed off the internet. Later a Frenchman who lives in South Korea told me they mark the official half way point of the Camino. According to my calculations, though, I am 92% of the way through my adventure to Santiago! Don’t you just love statistics?