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“I loved all of the obstacles and the trail running. The pallet obstacle was fun because it was all muddy and it was hard to keep balance, it was a good one, absolutely,” Sue Ackerman of Woodstock said. “Everyone also had a very relaxed attitude, if people wanted to run around, they waited and took their turn to go by us. They were all very polite; it was a good group of people.”
Of course, the day would not be complete without good food and drinks. Beer and wine tents offered alcoholic libations to the adults as well as pizza, and barbeque to replenish calories lost during the dash. Picnic tables were full of friends, families or individuals who took a break to eat, drink and relax, and the beer tables were full of adults who told stories of their dash experience.
Provost said the over 300 volunteers played a gigantic role in the Warrior Dash at Dollinger Farm.
“We couldn’t put an event on without them,” Provost said.