Biking through Jurassic Park Post
The air was warm this morning, and heavy with humidity and the expectation of rain this afternoon. As the bike trail turned from paved asphalt to crushed limestone, and then to twin tracks of dirty and gravel, it started to feel like I was biking through Jurassic park. I hope I don't get eaten. I worked on my bike a bit yesterday morning, fine tuning the derailleurs and brakes and adjusting my saddle. I took the time to adjust the cleat on my left shoe, so I'm riding with both feet clipped in today. So far, so good. I really enjoyed my stay with family in west bend, but it's good to be moving again. Bye Granny, Ompah, and Uncle Karl, thanks for having me! I left very early this morning, around 6:30, so I could put on add many miles before the rain started. I made it to Deerfield by noon (a little over 70 miles), and I'm waiting here for the rain to pass before continuing on the final 15-20 miles to Madison.
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