Caren Ware's Blog

November 22, 2011

Doing the Dirty Work

Filed under: Uncategorized — Caren Ware @ 10:30 am

Though the air was chill, bodies were steaming from sweat as hundreds gutsied out sand bags, concrete jumps, walls, and mud pits. To muddy the waters, the Riverside County Sheriffs dug a football field size mud pit, filled it with murky water, and put it between the participants and the finish line. We were at a training area of March Airforce base in Riverside County. My  PRIME TIME crew worked well in the dirt.  Looks like the public likes it too. I don’t think there was one person who thought they wished they had not tried it.  Despite shoes literally left stuck in the mud, and the shiver temperatures, spirits were high flying, high fiving.  The Airforce even equipped the area with outdoor generators that produced heat!  I am not sure who had more fun; the competitors or the uniformed boys that got to ‘play’ drill sargent to the civilians as they shouted for them to pick up their sandbag and”‘GET GOING.  I DIDN”T SAY WALK.  I SAID RUN!!!”  Hats off to the boys and gals in uniform that had fun designing and doing the Defenders Mud Dash.

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