I slept really well saturday night...I think I fell asleep at 9PM? I was very happy about this and I woke up at 4AM with a 5AM departure time. After I got up and got dressed, (More on this later.) I made some scrambled eggs with shredded cheddar cheese, a banana, and a cup of coffee. On the beautiful drive up, I drank a liter of water, and ate a protein bar. When I arrived to the BLUE LOT lot again, I walked to the shuttle station along with a big group of participants and as soon as we got on site, the energy could be felt...a mix of anxiety, and excitement. I went up to the Check-in area and went through with no problems. I got my bib, participation bracelet, my Dos Equis over 21 bracelet, and a bag drop tag for my bag of clothes for after the event. I went to the body marking station where I got my bib number written on my forehead, and both arms, (Just because.)
At 9AM we started walking to the pre-start speech...
Personal Rating: 7/10 Definitely a tough one. For one, you're high in the air at the top and then you have to reply on self control and others to help you up and down...there are two walls. So once you do one...you turn around and do another. Lots of fun though.
Mud level: None really...besides the residual mud from peoples clothes.
Shortly after the "Berlin Walls" came the obstacle that I enjoyed the least...in fact there wasn't much like there at all...this obstacle? The "Funky Monkey"
DESCRIPTION: Remember the monkey bars at school when you were a kid? Well its that...but worse you start on an incline and depending on the course you could dip down, back up then down again...or in my case incline halfway, decline halfway.