I did spin every day for the first two weeks of the Tour de Fleece. Then work got crazy, I finally decided to read the last 4 Harry Potter books, and my hands gave out (probably from holding the heavy books). I am happy with the amount of spinning I accomplished in small bits of time over two weeks. I spun two more balls of the finewool fleece and spun up some of the Blue Moon Fiber Arts BFL roving I bought at Sock Camp in March. I still have to ply the finewool left to ply. Inertia keeps winning: why pull out a spinning wheel when I can grab the sock out of the knitting bag right next to where I am sitting.
In the end, I decided that life is too short to process the rest of the finewool fleece by hand. I'm down to the last small bin of washed wool, and I think it is all leg wool. The staple is shorter, the tips are yuckier, and there is lots more VM (vegetable matter) and other crud in the wool. When the weather cools down a bit, I plan to set up the drum carder on the deck and send the last bit through the carder. If it doesn't disintegrate, I'll spin it up, if it does, I'll toss it.
As soon as I overcome the spinning wheel inertia, this project will be finished. I think I need to spin something fun and colorful next. Then I'll tackle another natural colored fleece.