Monday, November 17, 2008

Day Two

It is Monday about 1:00 p.m. and the race is going well. Evryone seems to have settled into a routine, riding, resting, eating, sleeping, etc. Last night was a bit of a challenge, but we learned alot and tonight should be better. I seemd to have become the community mechanic, which keeps me busy and makes the time pass quickly. Wayne is almost halfway on the bike portion. Andreas, from Germany, is leading the quintuple by about 40 kilometers. Andreas has only slept for one hour so far, compared to three hours for Wayne. I will check in later as events unfold.


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  2. ClenbuterolBirthday CookiesWhat race would be complete without a few bumps along the way. The evening is much cooler than expected and many folks are without the proper gear. We tried to warm Wayne's feet by inserting plastic bags, but that only worked for a few laps. I was able to devise a set of duct tape toe warmers for him, now others are asking for them. I may have to get a taxi to Wal-Mart for more duct tape.