The main event of the day was passing by the town of Galisteo. This town is enclosed within a stone wall which is 35 feet tall and about 10 feet thick. The wall is about 800 years old, and to this day there only three exits! We ate an early lunch on top of the wall before continuing on to Carcaboso.
We continue to meet new folks. 'Daniel' from Missouri and 'Michael' from Germany assisted us today in arranging housing for Friday evening (after they shared with us the info that the place we had planned to stay was already full, as they had just called and inquired).
Weather: Low 46F High 74F Sunny
Quote from RA's journal: "Even leftover pasta makes a picnic."
Tips for pilgrims: Follow-up on yesterdays tip, if you do choose to go through Riolobos, the entire day to Carcaboso is on asphalt. It is not a busy road, but there are very few breaks from the pavement. Don't miss the city walls of Galisteo!