It is beautiful here, as you can see. There are views like the above on three sides of the town of O Cebreiro, which is at the edge of Galicia, the province of which Santiago is the capital.
O Cebriero is notable for a couple of things. It has the oldest church on the Camino, dating from the ninth century. It is a lovely church -- here is a view down the main aisle, and one picture of the baptistry. The font is also ninth century.
Blessings to you all at home! There are still several stories I'd like to share, and time and technology are proving to be challenges. But as able, I'd like to tell you about the fellow who stopped his bike to talk with us one day, about the economy here and what it is about our world that creates collapses like what has happened here, about walking in the rain, about the Cruz de Ferro...