11 warriors ready for the weekend, including 1 2.0 and one FNG, descended on The Creek for fun and games.
COP SSH, invisible jump ropes, Don Quixotes, merkins, LBC’s and arm circles
Mosey to end of parking lot by basketball goals, time to race! Split into 2 teams, relay race from light pole to light pole, doing the following: first split, bear crawls, tag your teammate, they crab walk, tag up, on to broad jumping, tag, sprints, last tag, back to bear crawl. Form up at opposite end, repeat except switch up so all PAX do a different leg than before.
Mosey to grass by picnic shelter for a good old fashioned tug of war, same teams. Terrain was important here, as the team nearer the shelter lost each time, it was just a little bit slicker in that spot.
Run back out to the parking lot where YHC has drawn up three 4-square courts. If you’re not familiar with this playground game, groups of 4 (or 2 of 4 and 1 of 3 in this case) each standing in their own small square, which make up the larger square, swat a ball into a opposite square only letting it bounce once–if you miss the square or can’t hit it back, you’re out. In F3 version, if you get knocked out you do LBC’s, merkins, or Helix squats, until only one player is left, then start over.
After about 10 minutes of this, split back into original teams, time for capture the shovel flag! Played 3 times, with the team led by Carpenter and Spit winning each time.
Mosey to the first flag, 5 minutes of Mary.
Numberama, namerama, YHC took us out.
YHC’s job has been a bit busier lately, so as the Q it was time to have some fun while getting in a bit of a workout. The tone was set during COP when SSH had several near collisions and Mudface/Spit got in some quality couple time, followed by multiple PAX contributing the Fourth F. The PAX blasted through the relay races, and that is definitely the fastest YHC has ever bear crawled or crab walked! Four square was a lot of fun and pretty competitive, and YHC learned Spit has quick hands! Capture the shovel flag was a great way to wrap up the fun, and The Carpenter displayed some good wheels for an old guy! 🙂 It was a great way to head into the weekend! Last but not least, welcome to Mailsack, DaVille’s first USPS man! Great effort there, hope to see you back very soon.
As usual, I have No Idea what I’m doing.