HISTORY HAS ITS EYES ON US

15 men rose to meet the morning’s rising sun, and scurry along New Bern’s windy battery in a test of will and memory.  The Point was an attempt honor the fallen heroes of our Country and begin Memorial Day weekend with some hard-earned fellowship.  Thanks to 420 for some more historical accuracy than Wikipedia provided! (sorry for late post, gone all weekend with no wifi access)

Revolutionary Warm-arama:

Down Dog (17 count)

Windmills (25x)

Parker Peters (25x)

Side Straddle Hop (25x)

Barbary War:

Pull-ups (18x)

Mosey to the battery (1x)

War of 1812:

Bench dips (18x)

Merkins (12x)

Mexican-American War:

Bench dips(18x)

Squats (48x)

Civil War:

Bur-pees (18x)

Plank-Jacks (61x)

Mosey to River Station

Spanish-American War

Bear Craw (18x)

LBCs (98x)

WWI:

Diamond Merkins (19x)

Mountain Climbers (17x)

WWII:

WWI (my mistake) (19x)

Mountain Climbers (41x)

Korean War:

Freddie Mercury’s (19x)

Something (50x)

Vietnam War:

Long slog of Lungs towards home (19  + 60 = 79x)

Bay of Pigs:

Mosey to Neuse River (1961)

Grenada:

Derkins (19x)

Ran out of time (83x)

Mosey to Gazebo

Gulf War (1990)/Afghanistan 2001)/Iraq(2003)

Leg lifts spelling Iraq/Afghanistan/Iraq

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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