One thing stood in the way: A trip to the DMV to renew my driver's license. However, I was out of there in less than 45 minutes, enabling me plenty of time to get in a ride. Nice.
I had wanted to try to connect two trails that dissect the powerline trails, but failed to do so. They had logged a large section of the woods, making the trails hard to find at times So, that slowed the pace some. However, while cruising slowly at times trying to figure out where to go, I practiced doing bunny hops and made some good progress. Much harder to do with platform pedals, but I think I got it down now.
Good ride, and with rain a bit more inevitable tomorrow it makes it easier to take a needed rest day. My rides haven't been all that long compared to many mountain bikers, but the routes are pretty technical and doing them nearly daily has been enough to wear me out (in a good way).
And the foot continues to improve. I'm only feeling barely any discomfort at best now, but much of the time I sincerely feel nothing, which is obviously good.
Mountain biked 8.0 miles @ 8.3 mph/avg (18.8 mph/max)
Technical trails, one section of dirt road (mile uphill climb).
Upper 50s, partly to mostly cloudy.
Shorts, short sleeved shirt.