Postcard from Salamanca, Spain: Remnants from a week of wandering her streets

Paused a minute under this painting to see if it might miraculously sweep the cobwebs from the corners of my brain, clear all bats from my belfry.

And the red-hatted statue of Saint Jerome, the patron saint of librarians, symbolically perched amongst large clusters of grapes. Surely this means he will help me speed up the research and writing and bless the amount of wine needed to complete the story of the Coker community in San Antonio.

Blogging lags behind our trip home to San Antonio. In the “postcard” world, however, all aboard for the next stop. Madrid.

2 thoughts on “Postcard from Salamanca, Spain: Remnants from a week of wandering her streets

  1. Marcie Ince says:

    Love the pictures❤️

    Liked by 1 person

  2. spixl says:

    I want to go!!!

    Liked by 1 person

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