6/12/2016: Oh my aching bottom!! Nice opening line if you can own it! We all own that one after 105 miles into a head wind all day. Fortunately, the temps dropped into the high 80’s from the 90’s yesterday! We crossed our 9th state line and this was our sixth and final full century ride. Now tomorrow comes close at 97 but hey whose counting! Lots of smaller farms here in Ohio and several of us were guessing — have we seen more wheat farms or more corn farms on this ride!! Someone schooled in agriculture or a Commodities trader could probably give us an answer. I suspect corn since ithas more uses is the answer– anyone know? A small Ohio town called Covington acted as an amazing host to our group. The government offices and one of the towns police officers intentionally opened up their building for us to use their facilities and cool off inside– terrific gesture! Just before we got into Covington we rode behind an Amish family who allowed us to film their ride. I did do a slow motion of their carriage–check the pics! The day as I said was a grind but we stopped a few miles from the end for a well earned ice cream treat!! How does a large waffle cone filled with a scoop of peach and one ofvanilla sound– it tasted even better!!. BTW – very excited to announce we are over $17 K in donations. THAT IS AMAZING!! Thank you to everyone! I don’t know if we will hit our $40 K goal but “why not”– right!! Spread the word!! Again thanks.