It was kind of a cloudy, chilly day for biking but a great day for building. At first we were kind of worried how much time we would have to build. In spite of it being cool and a Wednesday the trail was somewhat busy. But as we rode we found ways to separate ourselves from the others. We took a couple of side excursions which allowed us some windows of opportunity. We noticed some of our builds from last year still standing or at least partially standing. I think maybe we have had some help by others. I noticed that the “Tripod” had some stones on it that weren’t there the last time I saw it. If that continues I will make my life easier and more interesting. Since “Prairie Memorial” was partially standing we decided to spend a little time rebuilding it. We didn’t spend a lot of time on it because we saw some people coming down the trail. We also started rebuilding “Flow” but again we had to run off when we saw approaching bikers. As I have mentioned before stealth is not as important as it used to be but we still avoid being caught as much as possible. It adds to the challenge and, I think, the mystical quality of the art. We also found some new areas that we worked on. In both cases they were off the trail and on the other side of water. We are hoping that will help with the longevity of the pieces. One of them we build in kind of a park like area that has a lot of potential for the future. The other one is in a natural grotto in a tree trunk. Again we had limited time for building but at least it gives us something for the future.