Ryan took me to my daughter’s home.
Amy delivered me to my starting point, about a mile from the Bartow County Courthouse. Ran to the courthouse and took this picture.
Bartow County Courthouse on August 10, 2015
Got back on the road and chatted at the fire department for a minute.
Bartow County Fire Department on 293. August 10th, 2015
I traveled on SR 293 most of the time. It is a two lane road with beautiful scenery.
Bartow County on August 10th, 2015
Bartow County on 293. August 10th, 2015
Randall James picked me and my gear up. He will take me back to the Dollar General in Kingston, GA tomorrow morning and I will head into Floyd County.
Mid nineties today with high humidity. I was soaked from sweating by the end of my traveling day. I was out with my stroller for about six hours. No hills. Lots of curves and that calls for a lot of focus.
This run went great. The start felt almost trivial. Near the end of my day I was feeling strong and confident. The BOB Stroller is made to last and it has done that. Well over 4000 miles on it. This stroller has no modifications. It doesn’t need any.
It makes for an easier day when someone is coming out to pick me up. It’s a lot less stressful.
A lot of folks saw the alzheimers signs and my shirt. I spoke with a lot people. I will call this a good day.
Special thanks to my daughter Amy, Kelly, Wayne Mix and Randall James. Because of these four, I am sleeping comfortably in the home of Mr. James.