Wednesday was Stage 5 of the Tour de France/Tour de Fleece. I filled up a bobbin with 2-ply green yarn. I also figured out the awful squeaking noise my wheel was making. The drive band was slipping on the drive wheel. At first I thought that meant my drive band was too stretched out and I would need to replace it, but then I did some internet research. It turns out that for the smaller whorls, it is sometimes necessary to tension the drive band with the little white drive band tensioner wheel (just above the red drive wheel in the picture). I had thought that the drive band tensioner was only for the double drive set-up, but the wheel's documentation also mentions it in connection with the smaller whorls in Scotch tension set-up (which is the only set-up I've ever used). I started using the drive band tensioner once I figured out where the sound was coming from and it seemed to help, but next time I sit down to spin I'll set it much more aggressively and hope that that makes the noise go away all together.
Yesterday I had a super busy day with work and then a church commitment, and I didn't even think about spinning until I got home from church at almost nine o'clock and just wanted to go to bed. So yesterday was an unplanned rest day. I'm planning to spin on the first planned rest day (I think it's the 13th) to make up for it.