Pretty sure Pirates don’t like sailing ships in the cold wind and rain. But it’s Piratesville, for goodness sakes. You’re supposed to get wet. That’s what makes it FUN! Upon arrival, the PAX hastily headed for the shelter of the bathroom building and huddled up like a bunch of sheep. YHC had a master plan involving a lot of coupons and team work. However, after hearing the steady downpour this am and fearing a poor turnout and possible mutiny, YHC quickly went to work on a backup Q. Some of it was planned and some of it was improvised.
Wet, cold, and windy
Hears how it went down….
SSH x 50, Windmills x 20 IC, Mountain climbers x 20 IC, Striking cobras x 20 IC, Merkins x 15 IC, Leg raises x 20, Flutter kicks x 20 IC, run a lap around the parking lot.
Barely a drizzle at this point, but Mumblechatter King wannabe Barfly starts whining about the wind and rain and the concrete and burpees.
The Main Thang
- 20 Burpees
- 20 Merkins
- 20 Jump Lunges (each leg)
- 20 BBS
- 20 Monkey Humpers
- 20 Mountain climbers (2 count)
- Run lap around parking lot
The PAX completed 3-4 rounds. Multiple PAX, especially Mumblechatter runnerup Barfly requested a reduction in reps each round. Request DENIED. Suck it up.
Judge Judy, still bristling from his 1st loser of the 1st F award, was on a mission. He dominated this event. Clearly Judy got spread too thin vying for the fashion, mumblechatter and 1st F awards.
Divide into 2 teams. Complete the team reps, run a lap and move on to next round.
- Round 1–100 merkins
- Round 2–200 monkey humpers
- Round 3–300 Freddie mercuries 2 count
Winkles threw Judge Judy and YHC on his back and crushed the 4 man team of Paula Dean, Bowtie, Stepshow, and Barfly.
An assortment including Dollies, Box cutters, Planks
Oyster Roast recap, FOX May 11
8There was a man all alone; he had neither son nor brother.
There was no end to his toil, yet his eyes were not content with his wealth.
“For whom am I toiling,” he asked,“and why am I depriving myself of enjoyment?”
This too is meaningless—a miserable business!
9 Two are better than one,because they have a good return for their labor:
10 If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls
and has no one to help them up.
11 Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm. But how can one keep warm alone?
12 Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.
The message I glean from the first few verses is that we are not meant to be alone. Whatever we do alone will be in vain and we will never find joy. The second half of the passage reveals how much stronger we can be when we depend on others. Like most men, I don’t like asking for help and I want to fix my own problems. But that is not how we were designed. Be willing to offer a helping hand and be open to receiving a helping hand as well.