I slept well, and it didn’t rain during the night, so sleeping in Daves Makeshift tENT (D-Ment) was no different than sleeping in a regular tent. Well, it was a little more coffin like I suppose. There were more easy roads, with a tailwind helping along for good measure. I called it a day at Bruceport County campground, which had 10 dollar hiker/biker sites good showers (in which I did my laundry), and a covered area with electricity where I recharged all my gear. The D-Ment went up easily, and I forgot to mention that I purchased an additional tarp to use as a ground sheet. The big test for the D-Ment will of course be when it rains, but I’m not particularly praying for that event to happen! At the campground, two Canadian cyclists who I met briefly at the last camp ground showed up, who are cycling to Mexico. Looks like we will be leapfrogging each other for a few more days yet. Tomorrow should be my last day in Washington State before I enter Oregon.