Shout Out To Ms. Bell’s 1st Grade Class

Hi kids!

It was really fun to see you all on Face Time last Monday. Terry and I are walking across Spain. The road we are walking is called, “The Camino de Santiago de Compostela” but most people call it the Camino.


It is very hot here. We walk for about 6-8 hours every day. We see many interesting things.


This is what part of the Camino looks like.


There is a cow parade every day.


Lots of chickens and roosters crowing.


Many pigs.


Donkeys help the farmers with their work.


This is one of the places we stayed overnight at. Many times we share a room with other people walking the Camino.


We have had a lot of different food. This is Octopus. It was delicious!


This is how they cook the Octopus.


On the Camino we meet many people from all over the world. These people are from southern England. The guy on the far right’s name is PegLeg. He is a para-Olympian and even though he is missing part of one leg, he is able to do the Camino. Some times he rides in his chair and pushes with his arms. He is very strong and courageous.
Well kids, it’s time for us to get back on the trail. We hope you have a great summer! I hope you know that you all are so lucky — you have the best teacher in the world. Please give Ms Bell a hug for me. I miss her!


Adios Amigos!!

Published by janeinspain.blog

Jane is a resident of Browndale neighborhood in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

One thought on “Shout Out To Ms. Bell’s 1st Grade Class

  1. Thank you for the pictures of your travels on the camino. We liked seeing all the animals and the octopus that you ate. Have safe travels and Jourden says make sure you drink a lot of water. From Ms. Bell’s first graders

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