We dropped off of Hwy. D at Turners Station (the oldest grocery store in Greene County) and onto the farm road that parallels the train tracks there, following out towards where it tees back into Hwy. D.
At Hwy. D, we headed back south, then east again towards the junction of D and B.
In Rogersville we rode across the train tracks as the gates were dropping. We then crossed James River Freeway and picked up a bite to eat at Hardee's, roughly our halfway mark.
Then it was back west along Farm Road 186 and County Line Road, towards home. We'd ridden this stretch a bunch this summer, but usually in an out-and-back format.
We rolled down the Galloway Greenway and were home by 9:45am, having completed 30.32 miles. It was a great ride, really. The morning temps were in the mid sixties and seventies and the light fog made for a great sunrise. We only encountered a little traffic over on FR. 186 and County Line Road, as churches started to draw people out of bed and into their cars.
I managed to ride about 65 miles last week, counting this trip.