Now, another bud, Randy, shares a memento from his trip to Las Vegas.
"I saw this and thought of you!"
Mike: That's kind of creepy.
Donna: I agree.
Mike: I mean, the minds of those three women together don't add up to you.
Mike: Together, they're not as bright as you are asleep.
Mike: Then, again, you don't have six breasts. So there is a trade off...
From our pilgrimage...
Actual men's room toilet, in a pub in Spain.
NOTE - this was the only Turkish toilet we saw in Spain. The only other one I've ever seen was in the south of France on our honeymoon. There it was in a public restroom along with some regular toilets.
Ladies room has regular toilet, or at least Kathy said so.
Donna: I'm not wearing hose today.
Donna: I'm trying to be more hip, like the girls at the office. They don't wear hose anymore.
Mike: No hose?
Donna: Nothing on their legs.
Mike: I stopped doing that years ago. ... The stores never had my color. Midnight Hunk.
Camino de Santiago or Camino Frances is an ancient pilgrimage trail, in use for over 1000 years. There is a belief that St. James the disciple's bones were found in northern Spain, and are interred in the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. People would travel there to get forgiveness for their sins. The tradition goes on today ... The Spanish part of the trail is about 450 miles.
The pilgrims today do it for various motives - religious, spiritual, other personal reasons.