Broken White Lines – Northern Aggression, 4/17/19

Glad it was not someone's head. The best laid plans of mice and men oft go awry, And leave us nothing but grief and pain, For promised joy.Robert Burns OR....Omaha!Peyton Manning The mother of all parking-lot-stripe beatdowns was thwarted this mild and Gloomy morning by the punctual diligence of early commuters. What is up with … Continue reading Broken White Lines – Northern Aggression, 4/17/19

Backblast – 2/18/19, Part 1 – Feats of Strength

23 resolute men resisted the seductive temptation of a warm, dry house to start the work week with a trip into the damp Gloom. The Pax: Dean, Fortran, Dr Evil, Deliverance, Crawdaddy (Happy Birthday!), Flounder, Tarde, Epstein, Red Hot, Duvet, Man Hands, Flipper, Gilmore, Cube (Kotters!), Boone's Farm, Fudd, Sludge, Chipper, Radar, Elaine, Kay, Checkbook … Continue reading Backblast – 2/18/19, Part 1 – Feats of Strength

Red White & Boom – Jan 21 – Wind Chill

The Pax: Checkbook, Elaine, Radar, Deliverance, ForTran, Dean, Bambi, Crawdaddy, Dr. Evil, Boones Farm, Red Hot, Duvet, Chipper, Fudd, ShearConn, Flounder, Kay, Man Hands, Epstein, Gilmore, Blue Hen, Spicoli, Sludge, FloRida (QIC) Two dozen appropriately-dressed men faced the windy gloom with fleece and determination. Only one was bold enough to spend an extra half-hour in … Continue reading Red White & Boom – Jan 21 – Wind Chill

Red White & Boom, October 29; Happy Campers

An indeterminate, but odd, number (sorry, ShearConn) of pax braved dark sidewalks and wet grass for a Boot Camping trip under clear and starry skies.  After a short negotiation with co-Q Kay, YHC rounded up the Pax, offered a tiny bit of mission statement, and skipped to the traditional cul-de-sac Warmarama site for: Side Straddle Hops - 10 IC … Continue reading Red White & Boom, October 29; Happy Campers

Stretch Marks – PreBlast November 18

Give me your sore, your tired, your coiled muscles yearning to breathe free, The seated refuse of your business-casual cubicle farm. If you're not doing pullups or logging miles, come out and stretch while the weather is still mild.  All are welcome. Kernersville Town Hall Farmers Market.  134 East Mountain Street.  05:30 am  

Stretch Marks – BackBlast – October 11

Four wind-resistant pax weathered the calm before the storm.  Flounder, Checkbook, Sludge and FloRida (QIC) assembled under the disappointingly wet Farmers Market shelter (proper drainage away from concrete slabs seems to be a real challenge for the Town of Kernersville) to stretch forward and backward, sideways and twistways like a bunch of Gumbys. Always a pleasure to … Continue reading Stretch Marks – BackBlast – October 11