I guess you missed it. Milton did take a wrong turn. Steve, nor one else caught up to him. After I decided to go on to Rayones, I saw a headlight behind me and stopped. It was Milton. He had gone the wrong way out of town and finally figured out he was on the wrong road.And then from Rayones to Cienega Del Toro, where the rain came in heavy and my good sense told me not to repeat Mextrek #9 and lose a phone to moisture on Day 1. So the phone went in a pocket and pictures ended abruptly.
Funny, Milton idled through town after the tienda, took a turn north or maybe south. JT was a bit nervous. So Steve, our continuous hero, headed north into a bleak heavy gray and thunderous rainstorm at 90 MPH on concrete. We all should know that Milton knows the way. This is his backyard. But we just had to make sure.
A few miles later we caught up to Milton, on the right path, smiling, shivering, and riding with one glove's whereabouts TBD. All made it to Galeana fine this year. Hopefully my Day 1 (go slow, a crash ruins your next 10 days of Mexico) versus Day 10 (a crash means you can't ride home, but your 10 days in Mexico were glorious) speech is starting to sink in.