Other than those minor gaffes the ride was uneventful, just one of those days moving from place A to place B where the scenery resembled most anywhere with homes and farms dotting the landscape. The corn was about a foot high. It is also nice to see creeks and rivers that actually have water in them.
A big concern now is that there is a cold virus making it’s way through camp. Living in such close proximity it is imperative that we remain vigilant regarding hand sanitizer, avoiding germs, and getting enough sleep. We have another tough day on Monday. This is expected to be the hardest day of the trip: eighty-eight miles with plenty of hills. The weather is an unknown that could make it easier or truly unbearable.