It was probably the fastest walking day I’ve had. No one stopped since I didn’t have my cart, and sometimes it felt like I was almost at a slow run rather than a walk. But my body felt good, and my tendinitis in my right ankle didn’t act up at all and that was really nice, usually it starts to hurt at mile 12-13 and hurts until I stop walking for the day, but the last couple of days it has hardly bothered me at all.
Bret and Alison picked me up right as it started to rain. They live in mid town Savannah and have the two strangest, crazy animals; a bangle cat and a Scotty dog that’s just insane. They get into all kinds of trouble together and are very good at keeping you entertained. We went out to meet some of Bret’s friends at local restaurant and I had perfectly cooked salmon and a beer. It was a night of interesting conversations, and funny jokes. We went to a local brewery after dinner and for me it was bittersweet; I’ve joked about this Walk being a very long, extended winery and brewery tour, and this is probably the last brewery I’ll hit. We got home a little after 8, and I talked to my boyfriend for a bit, and passed out.