Nat and Kat's driver opens their hood to see what's going on with his engine, because all they need right now is cab trouble to go along with the cabbie trouble they've already had. But he says they can go. That must be reassuring.
Gary and Mallory are approaching the supply depot with three teams behind them, and the volleyball team (the "Jersey girls," Gary calls them) walking on the road in front of them. Chad tells their driver to run over Katie and Rachel, but he's only joking because that would cost them a 30-minute penalty. Behind them, Nick encourages Vicki that she's stronger than the other teams, and Jill and Thomas figure that wheelbarrows are in their immediate future as well. Michael and Kevin present their one wheelbarrow to the foreman and learn they need two. "The girls didn't tell us," Kevin gripes matter-of-factly as they head back. If that's as worked up as Kevin ever gets, I don't know how he got on a reality show in the first place.
Gary and Mallory get to the clue box in fifth place, with Jill/Thomas, Nick/Vicki, and Chad/Stephanie in sixth, seventh, and eighth respectively. Everyone starts loading up. Back at the school, the volleyball team has showed up without two trowels. As they head back, Katie yells ahead at Rachel, "You have to be mentally tough right now!" Which I think is a semi-polite way of saying, "Quit'cher bitchin!" Rachel interviews that as teammates, they "know how to talk to each other in a stressful situation," which means they're allowed to yell at each other. I guess yelling in a relationship isn't necessarily a problem if everyone agrees it's okay.
Over at the giant adinkra word find, Jonathan and Connor think they've found their sequence, and Connor circles it with a piece of chalk on a long stick. They have a kid come check, and it turns out to be right. Connor makes the tiny little girl hug him when she gives them the clue, but she's well clear by the time they read it, and I'm not sure I blame her. All that's left for them to do now is get to the Pit Stop, the home of Awusa Ntso. There's nothing in Google about Awusa Ntso that doesn't also have "Amazing Race" in it, so I have to assume that Awusa Ntso is not a well-known historical figure but someone who just lives nearby. Perhaps we'll learn more at the beginning of next week's episode. Phil says, "This rural farm is the Pit Stop for this leg of the race. The last team to check in here may be eliminated." So is he saying they may not?