It snowed last year too:
I made a snowman and my brother knocked it down
and I knocked my brother down and then we had tea.
The morning started out strange. But doesn't every Monday when we are committing to drag ourselves out of bed after a summer weekend in order to
As the popularity of a 5 mile recovery run grows in SOB Land, 12 PAX eagerly awaited instructions from Bratwurst for the start Blakovery. At 5:
Here is a challenge where size and speed do not matter, and where only inner strength, determination to beat the fart sack and the ability to set
9 PAX were not dismayed by the delayed Memorial Day start or threat of rain to post for 5 miles and damp chakras at Blakovery.
It was a little after 5am and there was Bunker's car faithfully parked in his traditional spot. As I began my dynamic warm up routine, a familiar
12 PAX were in for 5 sweaty miles at Blakovery. It was 5:15 according to the fancy watches and 11 of us we ready to launch. After a quick consu
9 PAX ran the Reverse Flat Branch route, while 1 PAX took a short cut trying to catch up to them in the latest episode of Blakovery.
It was almost 5:15 and I could tell Bunker was nervous. It was just us. Each arriving about 5 am to do some warm up. But soon appeared a black ca
4 SOBs ignored the high winds, cold weather, and running in the Boston Marathon to post at Blakovery. With Bunker at the helm, we launched toward
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