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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 ...
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 ...
... packages from grandma and a letter from Hannah. Thank youuu!!! Should any of y'all be interested in writing letters or sending food, it would be so humbly appreciated. Here's mail drop info: http://nc2sd14.weebly.com/the-board/mai l-drops I chatted with my mom and dad, Hannah and Laine on the phone today so it was a pretty successful 'catch up' day for me regarding a lot of relationships outside of Bike & Build. I took a walk into Adamsville town center, if you could call it ...
Left early after waving goodbye to another Memphis moon.
Headed for Corinth which is back in Mississippi state and some 100 miles sort of due East. The Tennessee and Mississippi scenery was different to the Delta with lots of rolling hills and forests, and some arable farming.
Got to Corinth battle site about 9 and went straight in, in time for their 20 min video.
Corinth is the site of a railroad crossroads key to the South's supplies...
In 1862 there ...
... was 30 miles further downstream, that it was getting late and we did not know this lake. We felt lucky and just knew everything would work out. We both looked at each other and said,"Go for it!", completely ignoring a pack we had made a while back to never travel in the dark if we did not have to. This pack was the result of some very bad experiences. But, did I say we were feeling cocky? So, onward we cruised.
BIG MISTAKE. At about 4pm and 20 miles from ...