So, I'm sure a number or you are anxious to know what happened on Sunday, but you are just going to have to wait for me to go through the play-by-play. I believe I left off on Saturday afternoon after the parade. By the way, I know I must have been tired from teh race because I forgot to mention the funniest part of the whole parade experience. I was riding along trying to ignore the muscle cramps in my hip flexors from lifting my leg to show my goofy shoes, when a couple approached out moving vehicle. The man had the digital camera locked and loaded (as Utah would say) while the woman thrust their tiny infant into my arms. I didn't realize what was going on until I noticed that the whole family was decked out in Michigan gear, including the baby. They loved my costume so much that they threw caution to the wind and handed their first born to a complete stranger while frantically snapping photos. Yeah, it was that good. The best part was that the driver of mycorvette didn't know that I had this baby in my arms and started driving off. This was by far the most bizarre experience I had all week, and it made the fact that my host family leaves their house unlocked 24/7 seem a little less of a big deal than I orginally thought. Apparently the city of Hoopeston is a very trusting community.