Since Mom's death, I've been going out on the bike more, both for every day errand riding, and on the weekends when I do longer rides. 30-40 miles is now my average for weekend rides. Two weeks ago, I broke the 40 mile barrier, by going to Horseshoe lake, and last Thursday, I did 39 miles even, going up the Confluence and Sam Vadalabene Trails to Elsah IL and back. I took lots of pics with my phone... hold that thought. I TRIED to take lots of pics with my phone. I only have a few pics from my phone. Why is that? Because the gcam app I've been using for the longest time doesn't work well with Android 10. Specifically, it does everything normally, except it only PRETENDS to take a picture. When you go back to look, nothing's there. I finally got fed up enough to look around, and decided on the one recommended for Nokia 6.1/Android 10 by nokiapoweruser.com. This one seems to work fine, so far, and gives me the latest version of gcam (the port of the Google Pixel camera app). I'll have to test out the astrophotography mode one of these nights. During these trips, when I finally clue into the fact that the gcam app is misbehaving, I end up using the Nokia Camera app. I don't like the Nokia camera app, because the focus keeps hunting every few seconds, so I never know what I'm going to get till I got it. Linked is my album in gooful photos, of my trip to Elsah. Anyhoo: Me at Horseshoe lake. Strong Sunlight and sweat-slick skin combined with safety-green shirt turned my neck into... that... Horseshoe lake and my trusty steed. One of the few pics taken with the gcam. Even so, it didn't finish processing it, so that it's just a blur shot. Edit: In my google photos album, I have a version of this pic edited for detail and perspective, using Snapseed. The Sam Vadalabene Trail runs parallel to the Riverroad on the IL side of the Mississippi River for 20 miles, from Alton IL to Pere Marquette State Park, just north of Grafton IL. Welcome to Elsah IL, home of Principia College. A quaint and picturesque historic town, with buildings like the one below.