6/13/2016: The early morning started with Mary Claire, a highly educated nurse- educating me on the best way to make a peanut butter and honey bagel – for lunch!! To avoid the usual leaking of the honey (or perhaps the jelly) out of the sides– pre mix the honey into the peanut butter packet — blended beauty, and it worked. New one!! The ride included some wonderful country roads with quiet creeks and small streams running close by the road. A few hanging ropes tell me the local kids know all about these spots! There was one scary event for me today– some nasty drivers here in Ohio. I and Lou are about 100 ft from a light when it’s changes green and immediately this approaching truck with his attached trailer- home lays it on the horn. Now I’m right on the white line with nothing Right of me but gravel and weeds . This moron decides to teach me a lesson and swings the trailer towards me and Lou. Close enough to feel the thing behind my L shoulder- I head into the gravel and rode through and out w/o going down– not good, very close and totally unnecessary anger from an impatient stranger!! Anyway, it didn’t ruin the day. Rode 99 miles with some big hills at the end, including 3 with 13% grades- but 5 weeks of hills made it less stressful physically than it sounds. Wooster is a cool town- great local bike shop and a terrific coffee shop with smoothies and bagels– yeah it’s all about food or do we call it fuel, at this stage! We have 2700 miles behind us- check out the map–freaking amazing!!! If you are wondering, one photo is laundry hanging from the longest and biggest clothes line I have ever seen. There is a pulley attached to the telephone pole.This local Amish family must have some engineering know how as well as 15 kids.