We had about 60 souls by all approximations.
Everyone rode well and there were no major calamities.
It was a sight to behold as we rode on the unroad section of Harter Rd, single file, with tall corn on both sides. When the corn ended, there was a ranch with galloping horses next to us.
Plenty of loose gravel kept the first 20 miles interesting.
Chad did a great job on the route, taking us through some interesting pockets of southern DeKalb County and then lacing up Rt 23 via Crego and Keslinger.
Dean wrote up a nice post about it on Riding Against the Grain. Check it out. He’s more verbose than I am. And thank you to Eric Alexander for putting together this little flick.