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... came on softest setting so increased Mark's to 5 and mine to 4.
Increased rebound from 50% to 95%.
this really helped especially with the luggage and weight we are carrying. Mark suggested a smaller front sprocket but maybe a couple of teeth less on back would be better. maybe something to look into when the trail gets tougher.
... with my big sister Amanda, we facetimed. It was really good to catch up. It's tough being here because I'm not really keeping up with all the folks back home that I should be keeping up with. At the same time, I want to be present and enjoy all the people I'm with. Were about three-ish weeks in and people are really finally becoming themselves. There's less filter and censorship and I think collectively, less of a need to be impressive. It's nice. I had a really ...
... of the KKK
- Co-op restaurant that looks straight out of a storybook set in a forest that funds a commune with 74 members in it. Beautiful people, beautiful face, amazing food and spirit!
- Chiropractor cracked my neck 480x but may have really damaged the joints in my middle finger. I don't know. It's been three weeks and it still feels like it could lock at any moment. ...
Today's 76-mile ride was relatively uneventful mostly because 70 of it was on the same highway. However, Carlee, Hannah, and I broke up the ride with some nice long talks about politics, favorite things, and some other zesty topics. Later, Alicia joined us and we stopped at Prichard's distillery to learn about how they make rum in Tennessee. The woman was really nice and gave us a tour of the ...
... different kinds of cars. Last year, over 1,000 cars were in the show.
352 miles is a little over 566 kilometers. We are covering a lot of ground!
We have 813 miles (1,308) kilometers left on our trip. I'm thinking that I'll go through two more (maybe three more) pairs of running shoes before I get there.
I am so honored to run for ...