Not much different to report today. I walked another 19 miles. Some of it was through the hilly scrubby oak forests and some was on beautifully irrigated farmland.
Our hospitelero last night really has an interest in the various pilgrimages to Santiago and even wrote several books, which he showed us. He also cooked a very good dinner of salad and a rice dish similar to paella with morcilla (blood sausage) in it. Plus he made breakfast for us in the morning. Such nice additions to the pilgrim experience are remembered. Tonight's albergue is a 6 bed one on the edge of town over the senior center. No kitchen, no hospitelero, but at least it has clean beds, showers, bathrooms, and a place to wash clothes.
The rice and morcilla dish
The 5 pilgrims in the albergue last night
Chopping silage in the nicely irrigated farmland along the Río Tera