Meeting the Locals (Almost Wordless Wednesday)

There aren’t many (okay, any) wild animals on the Camino de Santiago, but there are plenty of (mostly) domestic ones. I think every dog in France came up to Eric wanting to play or be petted, and for a while the Camino turned into a veritable petting zoo:

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This little guy saw us coming down the path and scooted away from his mama and under a fence to come greet us. His mama was not happy.
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Why did the chicken cross the road? To find out if Eric was tasty.
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A windswept tiny horse on the plains of L’Aubrac.
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Tall horses demand attention (and maybe the sugar in Eric’s other hand) in Pais Basque.
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This farm dog was mostly interested in sharing our picnic lunch.
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Goats!
Greeting a cat in an abandoned village
The cats of Foncebadon.
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Wild, vicious dogs on the Camino? Not in our experience.

Published by beth jusino

Editor. Writer. Teacher. Pilgrim. At home in the Pacific Northwest.

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