Vincent F. and I are meeting up at Jumpstreet Glendale this coming Monday, June 9th at 11am for a couple hours bouncing fun, and any and all of you are welcome to join. I'll be wearing a yellow t-shirt for easy ID.
Note: this is not a potluck, as they don't allow outside food in, and the only thing 811 there is the water fountain.
Of course the hood of a car can easily double as a picnic table, if you're so inclined :)
Here's an example of the fun to be had:
FYI- If anyone wants to ride (road) with me I will be coming from the Arcadia area, but I would be more then happy to ride to you and head there also.
I'll be working then, sad I can't come, have fun! It's a great workout, you'll be sore the next day! :)
That was a blast! Highly recommended to bring out the inner child in you.
You said it!
Mine is never far below the surface and was running rampant within just a couple of bounces :)
that was great fun thanks! i do feel like i've been hit by a bus though!
I know the feeling!
Did either of you guys experience a peculiar internal feeling for the entire rest of the day, like your insides were still jumping even if sitting or lying quietly?
No not really. I just feel a full body workout soreness today.
FYI- Tire tracks on a dog are legit. We see them all the time in the shelter. lol
Yep, today's set aside for recovery.
You work in a dog shelter? Nice! How many furry friends live there?
Doesn't seem to have slowed this lil guy down any though :)
I don't know the amount we can house but its around 400 dogs and a s*** ton of cats and critters. We get dogs in all the time to the Second Chance Hospital that have tire tracks, broken pelvis, and an eye hanging out and they don't even act like anything happened. Sometimes there are dogs that have tire tracks like this guy and have nothing wrong with them. I guess its just the luck of the draw.
Or when they come in with their insides hanging out... :(
My shelter can "comfortably" house about 400 animals but we average 660-700 in the summer. yuck.