Extinct species in Tuscan hills

31 May

IMG_1667The day wasn’t all bad, thanks for asking 🙂
Still far too much mud and plenty of hills, but not as crazy looking trail as yesterday.
So many towns and I have no clue to their name within minutes of being there.
Had the crap scared out of me when I was within millimetres of stepping on a snake… spent the next 30 Kms thinking every stick was slithering. And the snake really was “this” long!
Had a moment up in the hills when I found what I thought was an extinct species. 5 women, all with aprons on and not a phone in sight…

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Was happy to do a 54km day finishing in Sarzana after a shitty decent (pretty much ankle breaking trail) Found Parrocchia San Francesco di Assisi and staying in crappy room ( with stacked chairs, desks and mattress on the floor) with Spanish girl. Pilgrims can’t be choosers when all this place asks is €5/ night.

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2 Responses to “Extinct species in Tuscan hills”

  1. Louis Tassone May 31, 2014 at 2:11 pm #

    Hey Jane….a couple of those women look like my mum !! Si sta facendo un lavoro fantastico !! Brava ragazza !

    • janetrumper June 12, 2014 at 3:17 am #

      Hey Lou, I have a special spot in my heart for Italian men now. Best warn Julie! xx

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