Today was extremely fun! I started the day in the lab, like usual. With the program up and running, I didn't have very many things to complete before the bike trip. At eleven the interns met in the lobby, where Mr. Callens gave me one of RIT's bikes. Sadly, after only 10 feet one of the tires popped, so I ended up using Mr. Callens' own bike. The entire trip was 12 miles long; the first 3 I didn't know how to change gears, the last mile I sprinted Kevin with a tasty Western BBQ Burger in my stomach. The trip led through the Lehigh Valley Trail all the way to URochester and Mt. Hope Cemetery. There, we stopped by Frederick Douglass' and Susan B. Anthony's grave. We ate lunch at Pellegrino's; Mr. Pow paid for everything. At around 1 PM, we made our way back, stopping by a park near the Genesee River for a picture. Once back at RIT, I worked a little bit on the Outreach presentations; however, the sprint exhausted me, so I was unable to accomplish much. It's days like these that really make me appreciate the opportunity of attending this internship.