The Seven Bridges Walk
Everyone (all 10 of us) arrived at Restaurante Jarro del Oro without getting lost by google maps.
We had a quick drive to the start and off we went, up the track, with several people looking for bridges to count. It is a lovely walk with great views.
We had a bit of a scramble going down to the canal and then back along the road to the cars. Martin and Anne joined us for lunch. El Jarro was a mixed bag; some good, some bad and a bit rushed.
Humanists of Murcia Remembrance Day Celebration 2022
The weather was fine after all the rainy forecasts. Sue made the introductions and Anne read Community Affirmations followed by Personal Reflections from David Allen (I thought he was missing part of a finger?) and Terry Constable’s recount of his war time experiences (World War II of course).
The one minute silence was very moving (even if a phone rang during it) and the Last Post was a pleasant addition. Joan read ‘Why Wear A Poppy?’ by Dan Crawford. Luckily everyone was wearing one. Sue then closed the gathering.
Great thanks to Sue and all the readers was made by Jon.
Sixteen people went across the road to Piccolo’s for a mixture of English and Indian food. It was a very pleasant day.
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