Of this season, that is.
Here's where I would normally launch into a detailed description of the ride, but I'll spare you the gory details. Some highlights are in order, though:
- Planned my ride so that I could see my daughter do the "pack" routine at her first ALSA (llama) show. She did a fantastic job. To fill you in on some details, my daughter is 17 and has Down syndrome. It is really cool to see this 4' 10" kid getting this big ol' llama to do what she needs it to do. Proud papa here in a big way!
- Didn't even really feel like doing the dang ride today because of crummy sleep. Plus rode a HARD 30 miles on Thursday and Friday. The ride was good for my soul.
- Lousy route planning on my part. Last 25 miles was into a strong wind (15+) and included a nasty climb (20% grade). I sorta figured that you don't always get to plan your route or the wind, so what the heck.
- Generally comfortable throughout the ride. Some small problems with right knee, so might tweak saddle position and height just a bit. Mybe cleat position on that side, too.
Next weekend I go for 75 miles. Starting to think that I might actually be able to do that 100 miles at the end of June!