I had to get up at 4:30 AM because my shift at the Registration Tent started at 5:00 AM. Bob, pictured below sitting down, told me what to do and at 5 on the nose, people started flooding in. However, it appeared that half the riders had checked in the night before.
At one point we had 5 people working and we finally shut down at 10:30 and yet there were still a few stragglers!
It was amazing to be at the fest tent and not see a single bike
There were some threatening clouds coming our way.
But we didn't get any rain.
I took a short nap on Jason's hammock.
For lunch, I headed over to Berkshire Brewing Company. They now have a Tap Room but you have to bring in your own food, which I did.
I had the Kolsch Shandy. It was light and lemony and perfect for Saturday
While I was on the tour, I got a call from Rob saying that needed SAG support as he broke a spoke on his rear wheel and couldn't ride anymore. I left the brewery tour and headed out to the location he sent me. I stopped in at the registration tent to see if they needed any more help and it turns out there was crash near the covered bridge and someone might be needed to drive up to Brattleboro to pick them up once they were discharged.
The hospital was only 25 miles away and I offered to go. I got some dinner and met Will as he returned from his ride and he told me about the course. At 4:30 I headed north and picked up a woman, who was the one who crashed and broke her clavicle in two places. She was in a lot of pain so I drove slow.
When I got back to the camp the weather was heading in a nasty direction and when the wind whipped up we decided to lower the canopy and get underneath in our chairs and hold on to so it didn't blow away.
After the wind then came the rain but with the canopy lowered we resumed our party
We stayed this way until the rain subsided
And finished the night with some Karls Sausage!