We woke early and assembled more items to send home before leaving the park. This one is a big deal, because we finally made the leap to give up on cooking. We also sent clothes and other miscellaneous items, which allowed Rachel to get rid of her rear bags! I’m not sure if my bike got any lighter (I inherited her clothes and sleeping gear, but gave up some food and the cooking set), but it’s exciting to see such a significant change for her!
We enjoyed our morning riding to Marshfield in cool weather and over gentle rolling hills. I even helped my first turtle across the road.
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The hardest miles today were the first few, with a steep climb before we were awake and warmed up.
When we emerged from the tent this morning, the cool morning air made it feel like we had gone back in time a month and were still in the mountains of the Northeast.
After a great night’s sleep in the icy cold cyclist shack, we had an exciting morning. We stopped in the center of Chester for some photos of Popeye-related decor.