Inauguration Day – Exploring New Areas of Operation

12-1-2020

28 degrees – wind was beautiful because it whipped the flags

12 Pax: Faceoff, Wilson, Brickyard, DC, Beefsteak, Maize, Zamboni, Biscuit, Nomad, Kitty, State, Clancy (Q)

Disclaimer
Core Principles

Warm-o-rama:
SSH x 20
Arm Circles Front X15
Arm Circles Back X15
Weedpickers X20

Thang:
Mosey to the first piece of land. The Palladium Steps. Two trips of bear crawl up, crab crawl down.
Mosey to the land of music – 20 Merkins, 20 Squats, 20 Merkins, 20 squats
Mosey to the Pit – oops full of ice and not safe
Mosey further to the first tunnel of lights – Bear crawl through the tunnel
Mosey to the street stairs – oops full of ice and not safe
Mosey to the on-camera tunnel – Lunge through the tunnel
Mosey to the Grassy Hill – 5 trips of bear crawl up, walk down
Mosey to the tunnel of lights – Bear Crawl through the tunnel
Mosey to the Bocce Ball (court? Field? Arena? I dunno) 20 dips
Mosey to the water park – 20 dips
Mosey back to Bocce Ball – 20 incline merkins
Mosey back through 2 bear crawl tunnels and a lunge tunnel
Mosey back to palladium steps – two more trips bear crawl up, walk down
Mosey to Music trivia – 20 Merkins, 20 Imperial Walkers, 20 squats
Add 5 hand release merkins
Mosey to the Veterans Memorial for reflection time
Mosey to the start for Mary

Mary:
20 LBCs
Motivator from 5

Recover Recover!

Moleskin:
What a great opportunity to have 12 PAX to the new AO. Q was honored to be a part of it. Q had to do some serious improvisation due to unexpected ice in the pit and the city stairs. We moseyed further than planned, but this gave us an opportunity to explore in a Columbus-like fashion. Maybe a lighter beatdown allowed for a lot more mumblechatter. The view from the start included the Veteran’s Memorial with flags of the military branches, the Palladium, and Christmas lights decorating Carter Green. Pax took a brief time to reflect around the Veteran’s Memorial and were forced to hear a brief speech by the Q. It was a reminder that we have the freedom to lead, make each other stronger, and appreciate those that have fought for those privileges. The honor Nomad and our F3 leadership provided to YHC to start this new AO was magnificent. This is an opportunity for more to step up, lead, and become better HIMs. YHC feels grateful.

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