Monthly Archives: August 2014

My tent at Sheigra

I liked my pitch. Wild carrot, a big friendly rock, and the sound of the waves.

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Aliva

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Cahecho and the view

Does anybody think it’s still possible to do nothing for an hour? At Cahecho it is. I just sat and looked, no phone, no conversation, no sketchbook, just the view. That’s how magnificent the view is. I saw the rain … Continue reading

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Tanarrio

The year of the wild carrot. Meadow at Ermita de San Facundo, an easy kilometre above Tanarrio in the Valle de Camaleno. This is one of those places that you’ve never heard of, then, once you’ve been there, you suddenly … Continue reading

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The power of ice cream

We found our way down off the mountainside many mosquito bites and bramble scratches later. But it was all OK in the end because in Mogrovejo there was ice cream.

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Underneath the Peaks

We’re only somewhat lost on a path near Mogrovejo! Unbelievably in this meadow there’s WiFi. I am not joking.

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High spirits

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