I woke up puffy eyed and a little damp but ready for a days ride. Eric gave us a call of ‘Are you up ‘ from outside our tent.
We had breakfast together with Eric and Mary-Ellen, Eric cooked and made me a cup of tea which was amazing. I’m not use to tea – pure luxury!
We were treated with kindness.
We said our goodbyes and went on our way down the road. After around twenty miles we took the tent out to air. Soggy tents aren’t good to sleep in.
Andy became a little lightheaded this afternoon, maybe he hadn’t taken on enough fluid. However, a truck pulled over and David stood there wearing his cowboy hat asking if we were alright. Without hesitation this guy offered cold drinks and we gladly accepted. Really amazing!
As I’m writing this I can hear the woodland creatures making noises – insects sounding similar to hundreds of crickets singing, along with other noises from animals waking up. They are becoming louder.
I hope I can turn the sound off in my head.
Our supper was some yummy berries that Andy picked from the bushes.