Three studs gathered for some sweat and salvation at WDog on this glorious 70 and sunny morning. According to legend and local balladeer Elliot Yamin, this hot potato beat down went a little something like this.
Hardywood starts it off
Long mosey in front of The Carillon.
COP: SSH X 20, CS X 10, IW X 10, WWII X 10, FC X 10, AH X 10, HRM X 10
Mosey to Rusty Cage
Triple Check: Pull ups, Jerkins, run to fire hydrant
Pass to Bodos
Mosey to the bottom of Pipe Loop
Another Triple Check: Run Pipe Loop, bear crawl forwards and backwards across street, dips on the rock.
Pass to Hitchhiker
Long Mosey back to flag
5 minutes of mary
Numberama, namerama, Bodos led us out
Prayers for Hitch and his family. His kids are making the transition back to day care and our prayers are for a smooth transition.
Prayers for Bodos as his leadership will be put to the test tonight as he leads a dialogue for his entire congregation on how to use the current challenges of the day as an opportunity for growth, community and compassion.
News: July 4th beat down. 6am at No Toll. Bring it.
Great job today guys! And thank you hitchhiker for not breaking your ankle on the trail.
Thanks Hardywood for sharing the Q with us! I hope Hitchhiker’s yoga class went well.
Crazy day when First Watch attendance is double W-Dog.
Sorry to miss, fellas!
True story, Elliot Yamin and his mother were in line in front of me at Quiznos during his run on AI. He was a fragile looking fella.
The line “fragile looking fella” had me laughing out loud.