Today's route had me referring to my map constantly as I convoluted the Navy housing. Weird looks, cars following me, and people not responding to my greetings was the norm which didn't make the trek any more inviting, but I got a lot done tallying 4.92 miles for the day.
Low fuel costs, RedBox, alcohol and food are offered here at the "Halsey Mini-mart!" Cats are also welcome as I spied some cat food bowls with food in it near the bushes that line the street of the Mini-mart.
Walking the "Doris Miller" loop, I thought that it was a WOMAN. But this loop is dedicated to the first African American to receive the "Navy Cross," for his bravery during the Pearl Harbor attack. A Ship's cook, he shot at zeros, moved wounded sailors to safety and saved many lives in doing so. Unfortunately, he was killed 2 years later in another battle which sunk his ship in minutes. He was never found.