Got going on a foggy morning by 6 am. Made good time, being there was no elevation. Made it to a massive lake and walked 3/4 quarters around it. Not long after, the second massive lake appeared. I really didn’t think there was this many lakes in Maine. Eventually, I started climbing up Bigelow Mountain. By the time I got to the top, the day was coming to an end. The peaks started creating its own weather system. The partial views were still spectacular, but eventually I still had to get to Horn Lean-to. After a 28 mile day, I finally made it. The night set in fast, but I was still able to get everything done before dark. When I was setting up a mouse ran across my feet. It got me quite jumpy the rest the night. I picked the lean-to because it is historical shelter that has never moved. It was also a great place on map for the mileage. Met an interesting character today at the shelter. Can’t remember what his name was. But he was set out on a mission to run a marathon in every state and every continent. In six months he was headed to Antarctica on a cruise where runners take a cruise and run a marathon.