Thursday, September 21
Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

Shank is Back


YHC rolled in hot to see 2 runners onsite ready to roll and Shank rolled in for the morning run. Marco Polo had a great route suggestion going through the Giles development utilizing the trails and roads to get in a nice 4.75 mile route. As these guys are sub 8 and 9 minute milers and being hot YHC ran a slower pace to get in 4 miles for this morning.

Numberama, namerama Marco Polo took us out in prayer.

YHC was happy to see that Shank has returned to F3 RVA as it has been awhile since his last post when he did the Pump House run on Sunday last year. He also ran a leg of the Tomato run relay last year too. So welcome back Shank as we have been trading messages lately to get him to post again.

One of our Kings Charter Neighbors’ Wife has developed cancer again so we have prayers going out to this family. Great to see everyone this morning, have a great day everyone and I will see you in the gloom.



About Author

I grew up in Roanoke, Va. Class of 1985 Cave Spring High, class of 1989 VMI Civil Engineering. Worked for Turner Construction in Jacksonville, Miami and Cincinnati, Moved to Richmond, Licensed Class A contractor, and work for Westminster Canterbury Richmond managing their major expansion for the next 4 years. I am married to a Librarian Betsy (UVA grad) and proud father of two awesome teenagers George (aka Hash-F3) and Lucy.

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