End of day two

We rode 98 miles today. That puts us at 180 for the trip so far. The big learning of the day is that I had no idea how tough this would be. Every part of my body is sore. Multiple times today I would push myself to the limit to get up a hill only to round the bend to find and longer and steeper one.
Tomorrow,we’ve been reassuringly told,
is one of the hardest days of the whole trip. It is your body’s final adjusting day (whatever that means) and 110 miles long to boot.
I’d love to add some light up beat banter but it genuinely hurts to hold the iPhone. Instead please enjoy the photo of Matt Turner (financial news) disappearing into the Normandy country side.
Wish us luck for tomorrow!!

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