On Saturday, the day before the end of our visit to Beizama, Feli came to take her portrait. She told us that she was from the farmhouse in front of the square where we were staying, the main square of the village. From the first time we visited Beizama, we were amazed by the gate of his garage, with its huge glass window and a door that opens in a zigzag. She explained to us that this garage was built for her father's buses, and that back in the time, they had two large buses and a minibus to offer the service to Tolosa or Azpeitia, mainly on the days of the market. At that time, Beizama had many more inhabitants and going down to the market was an essential weekly activity, either to sell their products or to buy others. On Mondays the men went down to the cattle fair and on Saturdays the women went to the market.
What really fascinated us about her is the fact that she was one of the bus drivers. At that time, she told us, there was no DGT as we know it today, and the issuing of driving licences worked in a different way. However, as soon as the Traffic Department started up, she was one of the first women to get a bus driver's licence - a woman ahead of her time!