Sunday, June 7, 2009

Racey

Costumes + Running + Mud = Fun?
A nod to the veterans since it was D-Day and the race takes place on a military base.
I think this might be their favorite race of the season.
Great thought and preparation goes into the planning of their attire.
They color coordinate the duct tape they use to keep their shoes and socks in place.
Before Tom crawling under the flags in the red shorts.
After
Please note the breathe right strips.

Because they have no shame.



11 comments:

Christie said...

I think that is awesome! I had in-laws come down to SD when we lived there and run that one. No way was I ready for it, but it was cool to see them do it. Your husband rocks.

tawnya said...

I have no words...

Annemarie said...

So funny. Glad to see there's not a shy one in the group.

Tristan said...

Love it! SO awesome!

Liz said...

You must be so proud.....

ferntyler said...

I like your title, too - I mean, they are racey :) and they really do have no shame - that's what makes it so fun!

Kim W said...

Love this show of enthusiasm. After hearing how stinky the water is and the rest, I'm so impressed with how much they all get into it. Especially the outfits. How fun!

the wrath of khandrea said...

i want to know how much pain there was on day 2.

and ironically, your word verification is "nobelli" which was one of the first things i noted in the picture. unusual for men their age to have nobelli.

The Family Johnson said...

Shameless...that is why we love them!

*katie* said...

I love the mud run!! If I had known I wasn't going to be pregnant by this time, I would have run it this year! I've run it twice and loved it! Great job Tom and crew!

Lauren in GA said...

I am completely and totally impressed.