Health. Decent. Been very fortunate, with no major problems. Yes, during and at the end of each day's ride, my legs, knees, calves, thighs, feet, hands, neck and butt all hurt. But, with two Aleve and a 30 minute nap, it does not hurt as much.
Trip progress. Tonight I am in a small town called Rabanal del Camino. About to scale a mountain range over the next couple of days. I'm 150 miles from Santiago, which means that if I can average 37.5 miles per day, I will arrive in Santiago on Friday, four days from now. That will be 13 days after I started riding.
The blog. I hope you are enjoying the posts as much as I am in composing them. Am amazed at how few comments there are. I guess it means either:
Unless you are reminded daily you don't check the blog out, or
You are challenged with technology and cannot figure out how to respond or post a comment, or
You read the post, but it does not move you to make a comment. It does not inspire your thoughts, or
You are so private that you don't want anyone -- me, or others that might see the comment -- to know that you have some thoughts or feelings, or
You have a million things to do everyday, and this, as important as it is, does not fit on the priority list, or
You just don't give a s**t, or
All of the above!!