Many High Five’s and Wooo Hooo’s were bantered about from the group as the Running Club North’s annual winter training series came to a close this past Wednesday evening (3-27). Just a few stats as to what you missed and what was accomplishments by those who got out of the cabin at least once a week to the Wednesday evening runs at the University Patty Center. This year’s session was 26 weeks long with 28 runs total. FBD added the Full Moon series, a new feature this year. Yet another opportunity to get outside and log some miles on the day of each month’s Full Moon. It was a howling success! We averaged 11 runners throughout the season with Anna Merrill taking the honors with 100% attendance in all runs! Coldest temp: -36°F(Jan 26th), longest run: 13 miler, most runners: 23 on Dec 19th -our annual “Christmas Lights” run. Enjoying the Holiday colors/ displays of Birch Lane over through Riverview Drive. One of our regular runners logged some International miles with a educational trip to Japan and then there was the alias phantom runner- “Sancho Panza” who made many appearances but could not match Anna’s persistence for attendance. A pizza party in College followed the last run. Reflection and a “Fun Facts Quiz” of what really happened this past winter were in order. The stronger runners of the group averaged approx 175 to 200 miles while others may have logged a min of 84 miles or more. No matter your ability, all are welcome to join us next fall starting the first Wednesday in October. Laugh at the Cold and Howl at the Moon for another Winter of FBD running.