With our fearless leader DR the torch was passed to Bunker to pick the route and get us started. Two things were guaranteed, (1) Bunker would arr
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
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