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I woke up at 5am this morning, ready to take on our longest ride yet. Half asleep, I ran into Christine in the bathroom, who had to repeat to me three times that there were severe weather conditions outside (thunder, lightning, monsoons) before I actually understood what was going on. I went about my morning as usual, thinking and hoping there would be a chance we could still ride. But as we brought our things downstairs to be loaded into the trailer, the leaders informed us ...
... 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 ...
Arrived pretty late and by the time I'd blogged it was time for bed.
Whoops, slept in a bit and didn't wake until 7:45. Feel a bit at sixes and sevens this morning..
Good job I did Shiloh yesterday.
Today I've got about 160 miles to do up toward Nashville, Tennessee...... Yeeeehaaaaah!
Also forgot to do breakkie photo, that's how off I am...
By the way, I went through Moscow, Hamilton and Dundee yesterday......
Headed for the battlefield after Corinth as it was only 25 miles and another pleasant journey.
By this time the temperature was almost into shorts weather..... Funny how yesterday I had 2 shirts, plus a jumper, plus a jacket and today I'm now in a tee shirt.
In the Visitors Centre they have a few nice exhibits and artefacts and a 20 minute film depicting the events before, during and after the battle. Narrated by Peter Coyote, this one was one of the best mixing ...
... took off. We knew that if we did lock down immediately, our next chance would be several hours later, while we waited for another government vessel (you guessed, it a barge). We headed for that dam and locked down with nary a hitch.
Given how well things were going and how beautiful the day was, we were feeling pretty cocky. Thus, as we left the lock we decided we would forgo our plans to stay at the marina and instead head to the original anchorage. Forget ...