4 PAX in attendance on a rainy 44 degree morning.

  • Piper
  • T-Boner
  • Sliot
  • Stache


Hide under the overhang of the concession stand and grumble about the rain during moderate stretching.


3.11 mile trot around the park, following the car path for the Christmas lights.


Suck in our stomachs, hold for 3 seconds for a picture in the lights.


How ‘bout that ride in? I guess that’s why they call it Gem City. Today our wolf pack grew by 1. We used to have a 3 man wolf pack for the run days, now we have 4. A 4 man wolf pack. As we ran today I thought to myself, “wait a second, could it be?” Could there be more wolves to add to our wolf pack? It was then that I knew for sure, if more F3 guys joined us on Tuesdays and Thursdays, we would have a much larger wolf pack. Running around the park in search of 6-pack abs and beach muscle arms. So this morning I make a toast!

Happy thanksgiving to all. I’m sure I speak on behalf of the many in our F3 wolf pack that I’m thankful for this group and the opportunity to get together to exercise, blow off steam, and be together with like minded dudes. The last two years with Covid and the political atmosphere sure would’ve been depressing without F3.

A great run this morning. 3.11 miles were had with a steadily increasing pace through the trot. We averaged 8:31 mile pace with 8:54, 8:31, 8:12 minute mile splits respectively.

Sliot channeled his inner Lolo Jones as we audibled the path for the last half mile in order to finish at the happy place. Boucher will be disappointed to find the wizard sleeve is closed for cleaning. Final inspection of the Christmas lights was completed. Future winkie construction was discussed. And most importantly, fun was had.

The light rain didn’t stop us this morning. Wet feet and all, a good morning to clear some extra space for turkey today. The real bird of the nation.

Safe travels to all that are on the road this week.

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