Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

Trails run


Apologies in advance for this completely thoughtless and straightforward BB.  Busy Sunday is rolling into a busy Monday morning.  It’s this or nothing:

Eight pax showed up to hit the trails,  TYA was missing (out of town), but it was still 70 and sunny….


Start down North Bank, loop around Belle Isle, back on Buttermilk.  Option of Forest Hill Loop was taken by half the pax.  Distances should have been about 7 miles for short route, 10 miles for long route.  Circle K was on his aluminum horse and forged his own loop.


Kotters to Trophy, good to have you out!  We hope to see more of you in the near future.

Also, happy to see Mr. Rogers make it out to his first trail run.  YHC hopes that the timing worked out and you can make it in the future.

Two distance milestones were passed this run….huge TClaps to THE Soutnern Belle and Aisle 5 for completing over 10 mile runs….their longest runs to date!  Well done to both of you!

TSB announced she is doing the run phase of a team triathlon….which turns out to be a half ironman.  She is shaping up to be a helluva runner, and YHC knows that she will be ready to conquer 13.1 in September.

About half of the pax stunk up ET’s afterwards.


Lab Rat out.




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  1. Well done TSB and Aisle 5. Missed TYA, but 2.0 made her mark…Kudos to TSB for leading much of the run through Forest Hill and back to home base.

    Enjoyed ET afterwards. It was great to hear TSB share with Wilson her personal encounter with patchouli oil.

  2. Honey Do RVA on

    We need a Patchouli Oil for the BRR! Maybe a Patchouli van and make sure Wilson is in it.

  3. THE Yankee Aggressor on

    Running alone sucks. Running 11 miles on roads sucks. Together they are nearly intolerable.

    Great job folks. Congrats on the new milestones. See you on the trails next week.

    Kinda scared that tsb had a patrouli story. What’s a dad supposed to think?