I got a hold of Jolly, my next host, and she was going to meet me around 4, which would give me a 22 mile day.
Jolly’s family has ranched in this area for 117 years! She lives in an old log cabin house and her sister is here for the summer helping her out and her daughter and son in-law came with their kid, and their friends from Washington are also here with their two kids. So need-less to say, it’s a full house!
I have my own little cabin with to twin beds and a night stand, so I just have to share a bathroom in the main house. We had hot dogs, green beans and a salad for dinner, and roasted marshmallows over a camp fire and watched the full moon rise over the hills with the horses grazing in the foreground, just amazing, and totally relaxing and made my HOT, miserable day completely worth it.