Vespa asks what’s on the menu as long as it’s not legs. Well, it was nothing but legs. Thought he was going to leave for a second!
Moseyed around the church and then circled up around the fire-pit for:
10x Weed Pickers
10x Imperial Walkers
10x Toy Soliders
As promised, only the legs were worked and ONLY the legs. We would come to regret this. PAX performed the following:
50x Calf Raises
50x Bonnie Blairs
50x Step Ups
50x Monkey Humpers
We all took a lap around the parking lot and then did:
50x Calf Raises
40x Bonnie Blairs
40x Step Ups
40x Monkey Humpers
We all took a lap around the parking lot.
You can see where this is going. We continued until we completed the last round of 10’s. We had some time at the end so we ended the morning with an oldie but a goody: The Brass Monkey Humper. PAX circled up and to the song Brass Monkey, performed a Monkey Humper every time the word Monkey was said.
Name-o-rama, 6th man (Vespa), praises and prayers
Naked Man Moleskin:
These boys can fly here. Last time I did this routine there was no time left over. Mandals kept the party going with some awesome 6th man questions that got Vespa talking about camp at Young Life and then some very graphic Navy stories. Glad I joined the National Guard, hahahaha.
The morning ended with a lively discussion of Girl Scot cookies with the consensus being that Samoas are the fan favorite (still don’t get this), but I was advised that they are only good when frozen. I’ll have to add this to the list of things to try.
I have to hand it to the men at Oz. They launched with little to no marketing, struggled with numbers and a solid location in the first few months, but they are a force to be reckoned with. This location is amazing with it’s proximity to the trails and the solid guys that show up here. Not to mention, the 0500 start time so you’re heading to work with more than enough time to spare.
If you haven’t been out you need to experience this location and all it has to offer! Until next time, SYITG.