Day 13 Noja to Somo 18 miles (206 miles total)

Thought I was going to be in for some rain today as I left Noja. 

The first 12 miles or so today was up and over some hills. Ended up not raining. I was happy about that but guessing the farmers not so much. Some of the fields look pretty dry. 
This corn won’t be knee high by the 4th of July!
John Deere green. She thinks his tractor’s sexy. 
If you don’t get it, you need a little country music in your life. 

I’ve seen thousands of this type of palm tree in my days. Never seen one with geraniums growing up the trunk. Love this look. 

And then for the last 5 or 6 miles we are back to the beach. That just doesn’t get old!

The Camino goes right along the top of these cliffs. 

Sometimes it’s good to take a look back and see where you came from. 

Sometimes it’s good to take a look back and see where you came from. 

Sometimes it’s good to take a look back and see where you came from. 

Our destination is that long stretch of sandy beach ahead and the surf town of Somo. 

Spent some time with a couple salty locals.

Happy trails and buen Camino!

4 thoughts on “Day 13 Noja to Somo 18 miles (206 miles total)

  1. Beautiful pictures again. I know the country song about John Deere green!! Happy you didn’t have to walk in the rain. How is your leg? Stay safe. Love you, MOM

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  2. Salty Locals?!!! Like to hear some of their comments, but like those on the Appalachian Trail most likely not necessarily appropriate for publication

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  3. The salty locals sound a bit Canadian ay? Glad the weather is cooperating(for now). Happy you get to spend some time in these beach towns.
    Keep on truckin🏕🚶‍♂️🤘🏻

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