After tea and oatmeal, the troops were ready to ride and we warmed up with about 10 or 15 miles on the CCRT to Wellfleet. I had the tastiest cream puff There and Samara bought an extra baget for breakfast tomorrow.
Then we got into the hills of the lower cape. I did not know there would be so many, but we handled them fine. Samara did seem a bit dismayed that we would be riding back up these same hills on the way home though. The ride to P-Town was otherwise very pleasant and scenic.
Once there we dipped our tires (video posted to twitter @JTagliaferre) and after helping a nice lady put her chain back on, we were headed back to Brewster. This time we risked the open road and speed limits over 50 MPH on route 6 for the chance if ridding fewer hills. It worked! But we were so happy to see the CCRT again and enjoy its bicycle and pedestrian traffic only.
Dinner was at El Guapo's AKA the best Mexican restaurant on the Cape, nay, the world. And it wasn't because we just biked 60 or 80 miles (I am not sure how far we went). It really was amazing food, and the people there were very friendly. Anyway, we rode the last half mile to camp and went straight to bed.