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time now for an analysis of the trusted steads,
Bit lacking in power but now they are "run in" and loosened up they eventually get there. it is more noticeable on the gravel roads when you need a bit of power to rear steer. something Mark's tenere has.
so a list of improvements!!
soft comfy hand grips
nice comfy sheep's kin seat cover
gadget holders for phones, roll chart ...
... home and be reminded of all the love and support we each have been given (shout out to my moms and pops here!) .. It also means fresh baked cookies and brownies that my teammates are all very gracious about sharing. Tonight's treat was Carlee's mom's brownies-SO good and much appreciated! (As were the brownie/Oreo/cookie combination of last week's mail drop) After mail, it was dinner and now we're watching Goonies, hoping that the storm clears out by tomorrow so we can ...
... sobering is the fact that 2 years ago today a leader of a different route was hit by a car from behind and was killed. The investigation has still not been put to rest as the person that hit her was previous law enforcement, and lost biker/car accidents are pinned on bikers even though cyclists have right of way on roads. Puts into perspective that missing 95mi for the safety of us all is ...
... unloaded our things, set up our bikes and basically hung out. There's a gym here so we played some basketball, I caught up on some letter writing and reading. Dinner was cold cuts. And.... Mail! Every Thursday is Mail Day! Inevitably, whenever the leaders bring in the mail, like ten folks break into the Blues Clues Mail Song ("Here's the mail it never fails, it makes you want to wag your tail, when it comes you want to wail mailll."). Pretty ridiculous. Anyway, today I received ...
... exposed. The Union troops put up a tremendous fight against odds at a place now known as The Hornets Nest, and held their ground for 6 hours before eventually being surrounded and captured.
The Confederates named it as the fire coming out was so fierce that the sound of miniball cannon fire and buckshot hitting the tress and whistling by reminded them of the sound of a hornets nest. Many from both sides were killed here. US Grant would later describe this fight as ...