Ride to Bloomington - 100.2 miles that flew by pretty quickly - in the first two hours of riding we covered just over 45 miles through the flat cornfields of Indiana. After my daily lunch nap I put as many leaves as I could on a still-sleeping Zach and tried to convince him afterwords that he had been the victim of a 'leaffall', a rare natural disaster that can be devastating to its victims. Surprisingly, he did not believe me.
Getting into Bloomington the hills re-appeared. After the ride I went over to Indiana Universities campus, which is the most amazing and beautiful campus I have ever been on. The campus is big and has several sections to it, but it has a perfect combination of having a city around it and having a nice, spacious interior section FULL of trees - there is even one section that has a tree density of a forest with old, college buildings spaced within it. The main part of campus has many greens, trees, and even has a stream running through the middle of it, which is so beautiful. The old buildings have moss covering the sides of them.
Build day: Roofed on a house in the whole habitat neighborhood which was a blast, a beautiful blue Indiana sky overhung a cornfield at the end of the street. I fell asleep under the porch in the dirt and gravel and woke up after the whole crew had just left to start up again. After the build I went over to the IU campus again, just to see it another time, and later we had B&B prom, which was a total blast. We went as famous couples - notable couples included Beauty and the Beast (Anna and I), Calvin and Hobbes, Peach and Mario, John Smith and Pocahontas, and David and Victoria Beckham.