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Day Forty Seven

We have a delightful, if unexpected stop today. It was only meant to be a pause to fill up with water, but the busy carpark indicates that an exploration might be in order, so it’s off we go. 323 more words


Our Lady of Covadonga

Welcome to the Picos de Europa in Asturias, Spain, and the Basilica of Covadonga, which is impressive from this perspective, and in a setting to make any tree-hugger swoon. 48 more words

Picos de Europa

Picos de Europa or the Peaks of Europe are in the Cantabrian Mountains of Spain.

Lying only 15km from the Atlantic coast between Oveido and Santander, 376 more words


Profile of Ramona Longar

“Ramona Longar, nacida en Coviella (Cangas de Onis), Asturias, en 1884 y fallecida en Tampa en 1964. Se casó en 1901 con José González, de Arriondas.”

-Koldo San Sebastían

A Traditional Stew for a Cold Rainy Night in Cangas de Onís

Some route info from Jessica, a longtime resident of Northern Spain: Our absolute favorite area is the Picos de Europa. It’s further south (Unquera, Cangas de Onís) and very rural, but so beautiful! 223 more words


Gothic Bridge

At Ferrebeekeeper we have featured all sorts of Gothic things: Gothic beds, Gothic clocks, Visigoths, and Gothic cathedrals.  Here is “El puente romano” of Cangas de Onís (a town in Asturias in Northwest Spain).  95 more words