domingo, 1 de febrero de 2015
An advice for hiking in Spain and other mediterraneans countries
And more than 65 years ago, a flood of Rambla de la Bocaoria ( La Azohia - Cartagena -Spain) took a cousin of my father with only five years, the story did not stop repeat me my father and my grandmother since I was kid.
Today the wind has changed "leveche" ( a wind from west) a levante ( a wind from east) in less than an hour and has dropped us a shower (that the same could have been a flurry of fat) when we descended from the Cabezo Negro ( a volcan hill) de la Torre to Galifa the Rambla de la Fuente Vieja.
Somebody were saying to go along the canyon, I've put in a bad character and I told them that along the canyon, NO, and have gone on the roads and paths until we reached Galifa.
Why should not go for a promenade where it is envisaged that it will rain or it is raining?
- Rocks, stones and the soil becomes slippery, that causes the ground slippery; this causes falls, sprains and strains may occur.
- This is the most important danger, the flood of a watercourse is very very fast and it can hardly escape, unfortunately, in the Cemeteries not have any reminder of who dies in an avenue because they are almost never found is.
THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT WARNING:
DO NOT WALK OR FOR CANYONS FOR STORM OR EXPECT WHEN RAINING