Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

I don’t think the heavy stuff will come down for sometime….


It was raining hard

Will it clear for us to run?

No fear, off we go!


Deep pools of water

Labrat requests job advice

Pax provide insight


Down campus we go

Singer’s beacon flashing on

But where did he go?


Onward through darkness

Iris never disappoints

Grove to shovel flag


Yes, we did the forward Haiku route today.  YHC took us out.

The CSAUP is building momentum and many are excited.  More information will be available soon, but in the interim get your miles in and start forming your teams. (DK – you can camp after the run, by the way.)




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  1. Swirly (F3 Corporate) on

    Hey Lockjaw – I know I didn’t run your route but I am certain I was there and worked out – Don’t make me text big data and get him to add me to the pax list 🙂
    Way to work this morning guys – crazy that last Friday we were bundled up and this Friday some went shirtless..
    See y’all in the gloom…

  2. Wedding Singer on

    Great job making the rain stop just as we began LJ. Threw the rain coat on the ground like it was a marathon.

  3. Lockjaw, you are right. I could miss Friday night activities and camp out after the run…but you and I both know I’d be wrecked for the rest of the weekend. Worse, though, I’d have to deal with the wrath of disappointing Flying Squirrel.

  4. Let the records state that Saab was referring to the actions he took to illuminate my tron vest. Nothing more.

  5. Splinter – unlike the Tuckahoe YMCA, the Midlothian YMCA doesn’t cancel its Adventure Guides’ programs due to rain. Beware: the Wrath of Flying Squirrel!