Walking 3:35  0.2 km (17:55 / km) +2m 17:04 / km
Walking across the frozen Pipe Creek (?) at the Pine Rd wet crossing. I've been planning this ride, and one online map shows it not connected, and yet some do. None of the aerials I've seen shows a bridge. The 1986 USGS 1:100K map shows it connected. Well---it is connected, but there never was a bridge. It's a wet crossing, say 30m that varied (today) from 3 inches to 7 inches. Except it was frozen, and something, maybe a truck, broke through, so I didn't even consider driving across it. But I did walk on the ice. (Stopped my GPS watch after driving away.)
Car Planning 1:08:52  51.52 km (1:20 / km) +470m 1:17 / km
The last time I was on Stone Church Rd, it was gravel. That was about 15 years ago. Now it's all paved. Now I know. I started the GPS on IN-1N to Blooming Grove, west on Stone Church Rd to Little Duck Creek Rd to eastbound on Duck Creek Rd back towards IN-1, but there is a shortcut called Crossover Rd. Since I had the GPS running, I took Causeway Rd to the Fairfield Marina, which was closed, and unplowed; and I almost got stuck trying to get back up this tiny tiny hill. Then I went to Egypt Hollow Ramp and back to Everton, IN on a comically zig-zaggy combination of roads.
Egypt Hollow Ramp was absolutely beautiful in the calm air and full moon rising across the lake. I have no comment about any yellow stains on the snow-covered ramp itself and whether or not my track shows evidence of doughnuts on the ramp. Also, speaking hypothetically, you technically can't do doughnuts in a front-wheel drive car, but it is possible to drive in a circle and pull the handbrake; and again, I have no comment about whether any such actions occurred tonight.