Albacete to Wild Camp South of Casa de Lazaro

Cycling Day 46.

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It’s been another scorcher of a day and the sky has been blue, and no clouds to see.

Leaving Albacete city this morning was simple. The cycle lanes are marked clearly on the roads and on the shared pavements, and the cycle traffic lights make cycling safe.

An older lady admired my bike whilst standing next to each other on a shared pavement – so I “fist pumped’ her. She blew me a kiss and I blew one back. We both smiled. How lovely!!

Todays ride took us past several fields of barely or wheat. This had been harvested. The fields appeared even more golden with the sun being especially bright.

We made a couple of stops at opportunist bars – to cool down. Opportunist because we didn’t seek them out but discovered them along the journey. An ice cold coke cola zero is the best – a treat on a hot day!!

The roads were uneventful and long and mostly straight.

I thought I’d share my dancing last night in Albacete. I was elated because I enjoyed my rest day. We only take a rest day every 4 to five days. Here I am celebrating.

Celebrating my rest day.

Eventually we arrived to a clearing surrounded by some trees. We put the tent up and this will be our home. I’ve made everything nice and comfortable and just the netting for tonight.

I saw this beautiful flower near the tent.

Goodnight and I hope the stray cats I saw earlier are sleeping comfortably.

Me chilling in our tent.

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