Day 2, too much urban walking

Day 2 Bainoia to Virgo


The was a real long urban and suburban walk, not like yesterdays hike up a pass with the rocks worn down by Roman carts.

If you like road waking this is your jam. But stick to the coast, the shortest route is the hilliest (as I found out) our feet took a beating, I tumbled down a boat ramp, my trekking poles got in the way of my feet, but it was a rolling tumble, just scrapes on hands knee an back of my shoulder. Pants didn’t rip, which amazed me. And I didn’t crush any water bottles like last summers slip in Maine. 

The walk along the bay was nice, showers on the sidewalk to wash off the salt and sand. A few were au naturel which was handled as if nothing is unusual. 

There is an inland route so the Tramily got split up, but we walked with the Aussies and the Polish family. The Dutch and French took another route.


Summary Stats


Day 2 to Vigro

15.5 Miles


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