17 • Villacanas

It’s harvesting time for grapes this week. It appears to be a bumper crop, gauging the by large bunches on each vine. The pickers seem to be itinerant people, ostracized by the locals. It’s a little ironic that the people of the region are less welcoming or friendly, whereas  the pickers are the exact opposite, today almost every group waved as I passed and one group in particular wanted to know if they could bring me grapes or if I needed water. A little parable.

THE CHURCH OF SANTIAGO AND THE SWORD

THE CHURCH OF SANTIAGO AND THE SWORD

THE “HIGHWAY”CAMINO WALK FOR 7 1/2 KM THIS MORNING

THE “HIGHWAY”CAMINO WALK FOR 7 1/2 KM THIS MORNING

REDEEMED BY THE ENTRY INTOLA PUEBLO DE ALMORADIEL

REDEEMED BY THE ENTRY INTOLA PUEBLO DE ALMORADIEL

THE LITTLE MASS CHAPEL THIS MORNING

THE LITTLE MASS CHAPEL THIS MORNING

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THE WEEK OF GRAPE HARVESTING

THE WEEK OF GRAPE HARVESTING

APPROACHING LA VILLA DE DON FADRIQUE

APPROACHING LA VILLA DE DON FADRIQUE

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GRAPES BEING BROUGHT INTO TOWN

GRAPES BEING BROUGHT INTO TOWN

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A PEEP THROUGH THE WINDOW

A PEEP THROUGH THE WINDOW

LAST 10 KM

LAST 10 KM

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NEARLY THERE

NEARLY THERE