I related to Kate my discovery from yesterday about the word Vetta meaning top. She said it was more like the summit, and the top of a smaller pass would be said as "in cima", which is yet another term for being on top, but on something smaller than a mountain. So, when on top of a hill, I would say "in cima a poggio", rather than vetta il poggio. Just in case anyone wanted to know. I am trying to learn this language, which is quite difficult for me. Today I rode 22.1 miles (35.5 k) in 1:26 for an average speed of 15.4 mph (24.6 kph) with 640 vertical feet (195 meters) climbed. Only 1428 kilometers to go for 20k. Ciao.
I started around the Cascine. I think the pictures are a little clearer today.
A very nice little road on the way to Nave a Rozzano.
A couple of pictures of the Arno and the site of an old mill.