After leaving Santo Domingo, I'ver moved on to Redecillo, Belorado, and I am now in the small town of Villafranca Montes de Oca. The weather is beginning to get colder, especially in the morning. Here's a quick glance of the past couple of days. The advantage to being a slow walker is I get to say Buen Camino with lots of pilgrims. Sometimes more than once as in thesis group. They would pass me, stop to have a break (with me walking on), then they would pass me again. Today they passed me three times, so I finally had to ask to take their photo and they happily obliged. The one good thing about the Camino is you are always meeting new people, but there are some people that you naturally develope a deeper bond with. For example I met Sharon and Jerry from Australia who were so nice to always invite me to join them for dinner and it is always filled with great conversation. Like me, they are doing the Camino to reflect on their life and as a way to give thanks for all the opportunities they were so lucky to have in life. I miss them. Saw my first hay stack up close. Saw my first Stork's nest ( This is the view walking to the town of Villafranca Montes de Oca.