After triking 5 additional hours, Mr. G arrived at point B. We’ll have to see how far he goes tomorrow, Day26.
SPOT [Password="Student"] shows Mr. Giraldo was there [Panguitch] about four hours, having arrived @ 11:44 a.m. MDT. Apparently, he used some of that time to upload 348 pictures from Day24. I know you will enjoy them.
He is now back on the road to Cannonville, the map below shows the remainder of the trip [just under 34 miles]. I think it is possible he may stop enroute as he did last night. I publish another article whenever Mr. G arrives at his destination for the day.
Yesterday was full of unexpected feats. If I recall, Mr. Giraldo wondered about his ability to complete the climbing—NO PROBLEM. I [we] thought he was going to camp at Cedar Brakes National Monument—No he pushed on toward Panguitch, Utah. Now some of us speed hounds though he would have made the town before dark. He choose to stop and camp at Panguitch Lake. All-in-all, a GREAT day, so we give our PROPS & congratulations. He has set the stage for today’s ride–Day25.
For starters, Mr. G will complete his journey from the lake to Panguitch [16.4 miles]:
From there, we think he’ll trike on to Cannonville [33.5 miles from Panguitch].
When both legs are completed, Mr. G will have ridden around 50 miles today. Now, does he have more in store for us today?