78 degrees F in the shade at the end of the walk.
10 mile per hour breeze.
20% of the route was shaded.
|Initial load-out. It was not enough liquid. I swung through a party store that was near my route to add one more bottle.|
About 16 ounces or 1/2 liter of liquid per hour or a total of about 77 ounces.
9 miles in five hours and five minutes.
I was hit on April 30, so it has been four months by the calendar since my leg was broken.
Two motorists stopped and chatted with me as I walked. That was unusual.
Two-of-three dogs I encountered took a distinct dislike to me. Small sample size but I think my lurching gait puts them on edge. Something to keep in the back of my head.
In my nine miles of walking I saw 4 corn fields and one of them will not be worth harvesting due to poor yield. There will be very little corn harvested in my little corner of Michigan this year.
|I like the composition of this image. This is the Eaton Township hall.|
|I got sprinkled on. Five hours in the weather means you might encounter a little bit of....weather|
|Turtles sunning on a rock in a pond.|
|A recliner somebody pitched into a swamp.|
|Leather! There are people who recover books who would love to recycle this |
|What is not to like about a blonde with freckles? C.W., eat your heart out. Yellow Jewelweed (Impatiens pallida)|
|This plant is an honest 5' tall.|
|Horses in adjacent paddocks racing|
|A murder of crows. You may need to click to embiggen the picture to where you can see the crows flying.|
|The first acorns are starting to drop.|