I'm ashamed to admit it, but I'm tired and my attitude is slipping. I keep promising people I'll take a day off if I see this start to happen, so I decide to keep my word and stay home. This doesn't keep me from logging in remotely and doing a little work anyway.
I also catch up on the Mission Manager's daily report (written by Rob Manning today). The dunes we MId have "many millimeter-sized round rough-textured grains" -- not Marsberries, I don't think; something else not yet explained. (Rob Manning manages to remember to congratulate the rover drivers, though. Nice guy, that Rob. Smart fella, too.)
It also turns out that Stone Council was a little closer than we thought, so the rover managed to reach it this sol, correctly detecting the feature as an obstacle and stopping the drive. We'll probably explore Stone Council briefly tomorrow, then drive to Bonneville again.
Spirit has now driven about 58m total, and is 38.4m from the center of the lander. As much progress as we've made, we have a long way to go yet -- Bonneville is maybe 250m from the lander, so there's a lot of driving still to do. Fortunately, Mark Maimone has apparently worked out a way for the autonav to drive faster, giving us a chance to beat our estimates. More fun to follow.