Unfortunately, I left my riding shorts in a dryer in Frankfort (yikes). However, the weather was a big improvement over yesterday's drizzle. It's a bit of give in take I guess. I'm getting a better handle for what it means to ride this Xtracycle with all the gear. You can't approach the terrain with the same intention as you would on a regular road bike. It's more a kin to driving a truck and letting the load push you up the hills when it's possible. But some of these steeper hills I had no option but to walk the bike up. Our bell competition is heating up. I knabbed Marty's bell earlier but then I crashed and took a huge dive over the embankment... it so important to know how to fall. Once we got to Danville things smoothed out. We played at the community arts center which was nice but it's always hard to get people out to places like that. I don't know if it's that it doesn't get the kind of foot traffic it needs or if people just aren't ever expecting shows to be at the center. Either-how, two of my favorite people from my childhood, Ellen and Kevin Dennison, we're at the show. Both we're my teachers in school and both we're always supportive of me experimenting with cello stuff. It was great to see them and Marty captured some neat moments on camera.