Discussion in 'Game Room' started by jks9199, Sep 10, 2018.
I'll monitor the news feeds.
no need, she is Chinese...know one will ever know what happened
What are the dates on that one? Or a webpage... I might get crazy and see about joining you. Though there is that whole "mud" thing... I hear it's not good for you -- though the person saying that doesn't like bacon,so...
Obstacles are fine, mud is fine.
It's all the silly running in between that'd get me.
Virginia is a long way from Whistler, alas. Although if it’s anything like the last time I did it, I envy your weather.
So, I should watch the tabloids for mysterious disappearances?
First weekend in June. I'm doing both days - a 3-mile on Saturday that I hope to actually jog, and a 10-mile on Sunday that even I'm not delusional enough to expect me to be able to jog the whole thing. So Sunday will be a lot of walking between jogs. Oh, and mud. Much mud.
It kills me. Sauntering between obstacles is kinda nice, though.
June in northern VA should be warm, but probably cooler than around my home. What weather did you have last time you did one?
There were people who ended up with hypothermia. In June.
@gpseymour had done two full ones, and we did a half one back in October. It was pouring rain half the time, and the water was freezing. Good times!
The one we do in Georgia in April is chancy. People think Georgia is ALWAYS warm. Well, it's not. Not at 9 am in April in the mountains. Looking at our obstacle list - at least three are water obstacles, and one has liquid mud - so, same thing. Probably going to be cold.
Let us know if we need to post bail.
Are you kidding? Do you know how much people pay at spas to have a mud facial? Mud runs cost WAY less.
Anyone who knows me will tell you - Hobbit doesn't run. Hobbit strolls. Occasionally, Hobbit walks vigorously. So, when I participate in these, we don't have a mud run. We have a mud walk.
Well I was TOLD by a doctor that I shouldn't run
the real doctor, or Dr Xue?
Ow. Even the one we did in October in Georgia, I don't think anyone had hypothermia. Of course, we did a half, so the ice bath obstacle wasn't on the menu for that one.
Correction - I've done one full. That one was my second half.
I wish they'd bring the half back.
Real live, honest to goodness, Orthopedic Surgeon type doctor
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